Town in Town Hotel Bangkok
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... we could do. Check in was at 2pm - we would have to return then.
So what to do on your second to last day in Bangkok? With Tracey (of Sihanoukville awesomeness) in town, the obvious first step was coffee and a catch up. After a quick student shower in the reception, we coordinated our meeting and were soon sat swigging our coffees at Gecko cafe. Cappuccinos and flat whites aplenty, we were quickly sharing nostalgic memories of Otres beach Basketlife, our stories of where ...
... all ok and was that much closer to Bangkok.
Flight to Bangkok was easy enough, had a nice meal on the flight and landed on time. When we touched down and I saw the very distinct shape of Bangkok Airport it was nice to see something so familiar (bring the 4th time I've flown into this Airport). When approaching immigration I had another small panic attack thinking they might ask me questions on where I was going in Thailand but thankfully all I got was ...
... few hours.
We had reservations at the #1 restaurant in Asia, Nahm, and Tyler was determined to make it. However, Tyler's stomach was more determined to stop us, and we were forced to cancel the reservation 15 minutes before we needed to leave. The concierge rubbed salt in the wound when he said "are you sure? Nahm is very difficult to get into. very popular." With regrets, we had to say, yes we are definitely sure.
Ashlyn spent the evening ...
... and brings us to the hotel where we have breakfast. After we showered he takes us to Jim Thompson house, which we visit. After that more time to get some souvenirs. Nothing really special today. Just some fun. Poor Sunny is taken along to hundreds of shops, mostly selling the same, till we tell him by three it's been enough. We agree to meet for dinner later on. When Sunny picks us up at 6, we drive into a traffic jam. Sunny explains it's what he calls ...
... see the roads were blocked off and if the driver says it's "just that way" then it must be just around the corner! Walking in the direction the driver pointed towards, we find ourselves in the middle of the demonstrations for the election....people everywhere with signs and banners shouting for their rights. We knew of the election and demonstrations and this is why we payed a bit extra to get a "VIP" minibus to take us all the way to our hotel on the Khao ...