The Palazzo Bangkok
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We woke up late with no real agenda other than to go check out the 'Grand Palace' and perhaps the Temple of Dawn and walk up it's many steps.
... what we were in the mood for so after some food and a wander we decided to find our way to the bus station for the night bus to Pakse, southern Laos.
We weren't entirely sure where we were going but after nearly 3 hours sweating on a local bus, which we never actually paid for because nobody asked, we got to the most enormous bus station I've ever seen and luckily there were tickets left. On our way Laos!
... looking at all the different cities and laughing at things that reminded us of the places we had been.
There was a Paul Frank fashion show which was taking up the ground floor... with the music pumping and lots of young girls almost breaking their necks in 7inch heels, we decided to take a look. It was great fun to watch and the three judges reminded me of BGT.
Every single ...
... legal marriage in
effect, or if both names are on certain accounts. Where divorce is
concerned, all one must do is become disassociated with his or her
former partner. Once this has taken place, the other person's credit
history will have no bearing on the credit history of his or her former
spouse Laura Lends ...
... an hour to travel 9km, this guy was weaving through every gap he could find, talking to himself and just being a complete psycho, because he was weaving and stopping and starting so suddenly I felt really car sick by the time we got to the hotel (it was like being in a Toyota 86 :P ).
When I arrived at my hotel (I'd splashed out and was staying at the Centara Grand, quite plush!), there was a massive queue for check in and then was told my room was not ready, by this time ...