Zenith Sukhumwit Hotel Bangkok
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We were dropped off predictably late in Bangkok as we had to wait an infuriating two hours near the border for the driver to CLEAN his bus. When we arrived the White Knight was stood outside the Zenith hotel to greet his beloved daughter and her travelling companion, punctual as ever. He had kindly booked us into a hotel across the road which we …
... the buses in thailand are not like the buses in England, they dont really stop, the just slow down abit, you have to bust a gut to jump on the side. its like when the bus is pulling away in england and the late person is running to catch it but the thai make, they are properly committed to it, unlike english people who run to catch the bus, miss it, and pretend they never wanted it in first place. It makes sense why they never close the doors as there are not designated ...
So I would reunite with Charlotte again and was really looking forward to it! Clearly needing her head testing, she decided to put me up for a week. Stepping out of the airport I was mounting myself up for the phenomenon that is the Thai taxi driver. Most are thick and drive around as if playing Grand Theft Auto but my main concern was the huge amount of cash they try to rip off you. Well I obviously went to the wrong taxi stand. Not only did he take forever ...
... the traffic you do end up getting a lifetime supply of Carbon monoxide. The flower market was incredible, and is split into a wholesale section where there is an untold variety of flowers. It's operated 24hr a day and apparently 2am is the busiest time, so around lunch is was pretty calm. Women were threading flowers together to make decorations by the thousands (both women and decorations). Flowers it turns out are an important part of Thai culture being used for ...
... they'll receive, how happy they'll be if they choose their party. You can also get caught when a procession of cars and motorbikes goes past. The leader of the village also goes around and puts stickers supporting one party or another on the fence or house.
I have been successfully streaming le tour, so all good. The stages finish around 10pm here, so able to watch it to completion. Chhay even managed to purchase the tour magazine.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking