The Inn Saladaeng
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... they move the market;
d. Visit to a Jeep and Truck Sale I spy that these guys will like (Scott just bought a
Landie so I know the Willies Jeeps will be excellent to check out). I say to Charlie –
"we have to stop there on the way".
e. A cave visit at Koapoon Cave system with Buddha relics and local bats at Chungkai
f. A longer train journey ...
... the heat because you could actually pause to look at things, when it's hot it's almost impossible to concentrate. Once Becky was fed up with looking for things we grabbed the BTS down to Siam where I was going to finally get my Birthday Hard Rock. It's a couple of weeks late, sure, but it's totally worth it. All week I'd been thinking about mac 'n' cheese with the intention of getting it at Hard Rock, but once I got there and saw the menu I was ...
We headed out this morning hoping to see the Golden Palace, Reclining Buddha, Wat Arun and Golden Buddha - managed the first two before the heat drove us back to the hotel, but they were fantastic! We decided that the simplest route was to take the sky train to the ferry, which makes a stop at the Palace (we're...o-k, Stacey is becoming very proficient at using Bangkok's ...
... beautiful 2 year old girl, whose mum was working in one of the bars. This girl was literally out on the streets on her own not really being watched over, but the mum popped over a couple of times and told her daughter to "dance sexy", and this 2 year old would dance like I imagine her mum does....it was beyond heartbreaking to see and was very hard to leave her there knowing what her future probably holds ...
... the food or layout, this was all amazing and we couldn't wait to dig in for our first meal of the day. But because of other tourists, some cultures are so outrageously rude to others around them, it is gobsmacking to the point that Byron was shoved and the tongs he was still using were removed from his hand with no gesture or thank you or the fact that he was not finished using them - ...