The Train Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... living in Malaysia - whoa too many nights on that drop LOL); and
b. Sang Som (Thai Rum).
I was still early so i sat in the aircon of the Plaza in one of the comfy chairs at reception. Was planning to meet our peeps at 1600 hours, so i was still very early - you can tell I didnt have a lot to do today!
But like the Thai saying, "Mai Pen Rai" (She'll be Right, **** Happens - or Ce Cera); I had a long ...
... and everybody that works for it. To tell you the truth I hadn't given it much thought. I like green, so I thought I'd sign it in green. That was as simple as the process was. But green isn't an official colour. Blue is. Who decided that? Who makes this **** up? Another feature of schooling in Thailand that has bothered me is the school's insistence that we don't mark under certain grades. Some schools you're not allowed to give lower than a B, which is obviously ridiculous, by ...
I returned back to my room and met two other girls who were in my dorm. One was German and called Elinor and the other was from New Zealand and called Nikki. They asked what I was getting up to later on in the day and I mentioned that I was going to head out with Omar and Alexander to climb the Sathorn Unique tower! Upon hearing this they were eager to join too, so I messaged Sammy and told her to join too.
When she came back we all met ...
... Pizza Hut whilst I was pretty much happy with anything but. Eventually after walking for well over an hour I caved as Becky's hunger gave out and she located a McDonalds in Siam Paragon. I decided to wander around the food court to see if anyone was selling anything decent only to discover that the whole place shut up at 10pm, which it now was. McDonalds was the only remaining foot outlet open. I still refused to buy anything but I did steal two of ...
... took us to The Banyan Tree's 61st floor Moon Bar. With 360 views across the city and a perfect table at the edge we enjoyed their pricey cocktails and bar snacks. Ravenous we headed to Silom night market via their amazing air conditioned sky trains for some food, we were too late the stalls were closing and the ones left were less than desirable so we headed back to the hotel for room service and the best Pad Thai ...