Win Long Place Hotel & Apartment
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... their ok - we stay put.
Met up with the ladies with ill husbands - one of them had a friend with her- lives in BKK - suggested I go to Jim Thompsons House. He was a silk merchant in the 40's and 50's here ( and they tell - me a CIA agent!) who was an art collector as well as created amazing silk - so may try and check this out tomorrow. The house is now a museum and art centre. Also may go to the Baiyoke centre and Pratunam ...
... through the city. According to Henry (the expat we were with) there are as many as 700 canals in Bangkok but only one of them is operated publicly (discounting tourist tours (more on this story later)). The Bong Boat is a public boat that operates on the one operating canal. Boats run every 5 minutes or so and a ticket is 17 baht. Because the boats go at quite a fast rate of knots, it was rather choppy (especially when boats pass the other way). To escape slashes, a ...
... to a very busy Swensens. The mall had been transformed with loads of stalls selling stuff for Valentine's Day from chocolate to sof toys etc. Something happening on stage but didn't hang around to find out what. Chocolate ring-a-ding then walked home stopping to pick up supplies en route. An oil burner had been lit under the sink in the bathroom which helped to mask the smell from ...
... of some cocktail and then taking myself off to bed, but lots of laughs were had by all and it's safe to say we saw out my Southern Thailand adventure very well! I think I've had my fair share now of beach time and behaving like an 18 year old, so am ready and excited to get back on the culture wagon and see Bangkok fully before moving over to Cambodia with Angela and Phil. Super excited to see them. In just SEVEN weeks (ahhh) I'll be home so I will be making the most of what's to ...
... Knowing me, I don't think I will ever be 100% happy; I always need more, I always have to go and move and I love change. I think that even if i did live somewhere and do something i loved, i would still have the urge to go sooner than later. It would be so nice, if Eugene and I can just sell everything and just go. We both love kids and may not have any of our own, so why not surround ourselves with children who need us? A school? An orphanage? Just thinking of doing that makes ...