Triple Two Silom
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... time and money - better to fly. Prostitution in Thailand is illegal. Errrr - it is everywhere and blatantly offered. Thai food is not only delicious and cheap but also always prettily presented, even from a kerbside cafe. You rarely see wildlife in Thailand. Unless we were just unlucky. We did see a wild boar! It darted between our buggies and was a real scary beast. They don't know how to mix a drink in Thailand. The Thai people are the friendliest, most gracious in the ...
... from Gibraltar who had their heads screwed on so I attached myself to them and, as a result, found myself a long way up the queue from the rest of my fellow passengers.
It took a couple of hours to cross the border (paperwork and volume of people) but my passport was stamped (no visa needed which I was gutted about, I was enjoying building up my passport) and I crossed into Thailand. Once again, the change was rapid. The place was cleaner, proper tarmacked roads ...
Chris lead today and the national museum was the first stop. We walked through a park right passed it so we backtracked through hordes of tourists. But we made it, bought our tickets, and explored the museum. I took my time in the building showing the Thai history. Then I enjoyed the temple with its gold metal tree and frescos. There was a room full of the platforms royalty would sit on while others carried them, along with throne-like chairs. Next was the ...
... but we only had 10 minutes so had to hurry. This was a pretty exhilarating ride I have to say. By the time we got back I resembled Bridget Jones in the scene where she'd been driving through the countryside with Hugh Grant with the roof down in his car! Windswept to say the least - and no, there was no helmet. But it was very memorable and I lived to tell the tale - and am still partnered with my camera thankfully! Anyway, I arrived (with all my belongings) in Koh Tao after ...
... or understand English very well. Of course, I'm sure there are a LOT of Thai who do, but the general population do not. Like at all. SO trying to tell someone anything at all is an adventure in and of itself. Our cabbie that day didn't understand a word we said, and we didn't understand what he tried telling us. There was a lot of laughter, a lot of "OK?" "OK!" and lots of "NUMBER 1, NUMBER 1" not sure what that meant. The Thai also say things like "NO money, no honey" and "no ...