Triple Two Silom
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... proceeded to follow us around the entire shop trying to interest us in the jewellery, most of which was a bit gaudy. Luckily we managed to out pace her and reached the security of the cafe where we had a complimentary cup of tea before scuttling off back to the bus. The return journey was a mere two and a quarter hours at the alarming average speed of 30 miles an hour. Dizzying! We had a lovely dinner with another Irish couple from Dublin and got on like a house on fire. Hope we see them ...
... to feed the people working on the platforms - such a funny sight! We then went to meet Paul, one of our friends from Vaughantown where Dave and I first met. Was lovely to have a catch up and see a familiar face. To get home we decided to take the bus which was another funny experience as there are no bus timetables anywhere and people just stand anywhere hailing the buses. With the help of a nice young Thai boy we got our bus and made it ...
... and sandwiches that we don't have. All of this is easily packaged and ready to distribute. I may be onto something! Also, not to mention the drinks that are totally different. I'm sure there are distribution and logistical nightmares that I am not considering, but this could be a new trend!
We are back in the hotel room snacking away. Suddenly, we realize it is 4am and if we don't get back ...
... shoes and made our way to the Banyan Tree hotel, level 61 to the Moon bar located on the open top roof. What an amazing place, you need to not be afraid of heights as it is quite a skinny building and the barriers around the side are minimal to maximise the view. We took some great photos and watched the sunset to the backdrop of the river and the tall buildings of Bangkok. This was the perfect end to our last night in ...
... Thai and it was about 40 baht each per ticket (you have to buy two tickets one for the airport line and one for the Skytrain). 2) Always ensure you get a price before you get into a taxi if for any reason they won't put on the meter! 3) If you are going to the Grand Temple then ensure you wear something to cover all of your legs and your shoulders. 4) If ...