Zenith Sukhumwit Hotel Bangkok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to tiny laundry lined streets. We stopped on the river, not far from our first place we had stayed all those months ago,and ordered delicious home made food by an adorable group of young women and their doll of a daughter. After some of the best garlic pepper chicken I have ever eaten, we sauntered around the corner to Tracey's place and sat up on the balcony.
Across the rickety roofs with their sunbathing cats, across the river, to the busy road and the edge of a Khao San ...
... was only seconds away so I took my photos as the train came through which was amazing to witness but due to my pain I barely took any photos which looking back was a shame. The same lady at the shop saw my finger which was now bleeding and put a Band-Aid onto it, such a lovely lady helping me in my time of need. After the awnings came back down I continued to walk through for a while before heading off to go find somewhere to eat. After eating quite quickly I ...
... BBQ pork with rice, the meat was so juicy and fell straight off the bone, the only trouble was I couldn't use chop sticks so eating the meal was taxing! Our final destination was Erawen Shrine. To save money and as there wasn't a near BTS train station we flagged down a meter taxi... Big mistake! Usually you are advised to take taxis as they are cheaper and safer than TukTuks. We were extremely unlucky and flagged down a non-English speaking driver ...
... i am constantly amazed at how worldly i used to think i was but am quickly realizing am not. day thirteen / girls night: hungover, i rolled out of bed around 8am. set off for the vietnam embassy to apply for my visa. luckily, jamie clued me in that you can't get a VOA (visa on arrival) and that i'd need to get it in bangkok beforehand. kind of a creepy building and for whatever reason, i stood outside it for about 15 minutes. really intimidated to go ...
... sauce a few spices and job done. I could eat all three dishes there and then so I took them away and had them for dinner. We headed back to Bangkok the next day and I done something similar to the time before and had a look around a big shopping centre. One of the nights one of Jess' friends took us for a night out to a road called soi cowboy. I had no idea what it was and then when we got there I soon realised it was the red light district of Thailand. ...