Zenith Sukhumwit Hotel Bangkok
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... humid. As we were entering the complex (Chris wanted to look for music speakers) a lady in front of us collapsed to the floor. I didn't rush over immediately as there were already a small crowd of Thai people looking after her (and as I famously said once, "Too many cooks spoil the brothel") but after a few minutes, it became clear something was wrong and they had no idea what to do so I decided it was time to take charge. As they didn't speak English (they would never ...
... log fire! ( because this is still considered 'winter' in Chiangmai !) Dorothy made notes while I rambled on about the ethos and organisation of our blue-ginger Art for Acorns Hospice ( we made about £3,700 for Acorns with our postcard-sized auction of artists' generously donated work last year) She's going to put a proposal to do something similar to the committee of the charity she fundraises for. They support children from poor local families to get an education. ...
Later that evening I had arranged to meet a couchsurfer. To those of you unfamiliar, couchsurfing is a social media website where people from around the world can network and arrange to possibly stay at someone else's house. If you are a backpacker it is a good way to achieve free rent. The intrigue for me is that I can meet a local from the area. At first the idea sounded crazy to me, but I have met more and more people who ...
... warm enough to go swimming, but we'll have to wait and see, I have a feeling it will be quite cold. Overall, Thailand is a great country and i think it's mostly great because of it's people (and the food!). The beaches are beautiful, but I won't lie, the beaches of northern Egypt are still the most beautiful I have seen (Varadero Cuba coming in second). The water we have seen in Thailand is clearer, yes, but the sand is not as soft, the beaches are not as wide, the water not as ...
... are very, very cheap, and work good by Google maps, sometimes the bus stop is a little bit different, but it's ok. Most temples pay to enter (at least the most famous ones), the most expensive of all is the complex of the Gran Palace, which really despite 500 Baths, very much worth it. We’ve visited the famous Buddha reclined, which is also stunning so huge (greater than Christ in Rio de Janeiro) and looks like shines gold, only it is not gold. But also visit ...