Zenith Sukhumwit Hotel Bangkok
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... when I've just requested to be transferred away from that school. After work Becky and I headed back down to Pratinum market because she hasn't already looked at the same stalls of football shirts enough. I didn't really want to go, but I knew she wasn't going to go alone and she'd make me go at some point so I figured we'd best get it out of the way. Ironically it was actually me that spent the most money. Somehow I bought a new bag and a pair of ...
... rat so by this point it was time to head back and get a change of clothes! I walked back towards the apartment to find some lunch which was minced chicken and steamed rice with a beer and water which came to a grand total of £3.50. Warren and I then headed out for a few beers but unfortunately Warren had a really bad back so we couldn't go far so we headed back reasonably ...
... If you intend to be part of the bustling Bangkok floating market scene, try to be up and about early in the morning to experience it at its best. The Damnern Saduak is about 110 kilometers outside Bangkok. There are organized tours to wend your way to the Bangkok Floating Market or you can choose to paddle your way there at your pace. The market ...
... I just think my illness could have timed itself better. My nose is red raw and breathing/talking has been a challenge for the majority of the day. I did start to feel a little better about myself as the day went on though, and I'm glad that I'm working towards something rather than just being thrown in the deep end. Can you imagine if they'd just chucked me in with a class whilst I was in this state? I wonder what they must think of me. I'm hardly subtle when I blow my nose. I sound like ...
Today was a new day. After a satisfying sleep at the hostel it was time to move to the hostel we were originally meant to be staying in. Flagging a taxi was relatively easy (once again the driver had to ring his superior for directions) we arrived. As the taxi pulled up there were guys on the corner throwing buckets of water over anybody that came near....Songkran was definitely in full flow (excuse the pun). We managed to get through the doors dry and then set off to ...