The Ivory Suvarnabhumi Bangkok

Address: 2/1-2/2 Latkrabang 22 Rd, Latkrabang, Bangkok, 01520, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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      Day 55 day 1 of Asia trip Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Oct 27, 2014

      ... of happy for the small group as hopefully we can relax a bot more rather than constantly rushing about everywhere. Saying that I was of course hoping for a group of young single women... we have our briefing and head to a restaurant selected by PC our CEO. Within 10 minutes we are surrounded by no less than 4 other Gadventure tour parties, all young and at least 12 people, this didn't help Stu's mood. My first taste of authentic thai food was really good, with ...

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      ... hold on to and N.M didn't even have that! Their skin was a lot more rough than we'd all expected and they were really hairy too but once we were all on we followed the leader and of we went. It was a bit ironic that Eiry being the smallest of us all, had the biggest elephant! We were on them for around half an hour before we returned back to base. It was brilliant but it was now time for our 'bath' with them. Once we'd got off we walked down the the river with ...

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      I arrived at the embassy just over an hour early. I could have taken my time eating my last street food on Patpong Road, but I didn't think I'd get there so fast. It's hot today and the sun is shining. The last 2 days it was rather cloudy and a bit cooler. Carrying that 15kg backpack was almost torture after an hour. Only almost though, because when I waited outside the Embassy of Indonesia I met the ...

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      A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh on Mar 08, 2014

      ... food on this road and whirl. How bad could it be right??? I had egg pad Thai and it was cooked in front of me so very fresh and it was amazing. I was very much hoping that I wasn't going to get ill from it, as with a flight ahead of me it could have been rather an uncomfortable journey. Thankfully I was lucky! Heading to the airport shortly before midnight I had a few hours to wait in the airport before my early morning flight to ...

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      ... the slogan ‘shutdown Bangkok, restart Thailand’.

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