B.U. Place Hotel Bangkok
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... river and has a rooftop pool.
As soon as we arrived we booked a taxi to a Muay Thai Fight at Ratchadamnoen Stadium. We booked ringside seats, so we were a few feet away from the fight which was awesome!!
I wasn't sure if I would enjoy the fighting, as I'm not a big fan of watching wrestling or boxing or anything, but it was really great fun. We saw 2 knockouts which were scary, and explored some odd Thai street food outside. Highly recommended!
We then visited ...
... to get to certain places was by a river boat shuttle. We hopped on the shuttle to get to the SkyTrain, which is their metro train system, and rode it to Siam Square. It resembled Times Square, although it was much smaller and didn't have as many naked cowboys. It did, however, have public dancers. One old man in particular started busting out his moves in the middle of the square almost out of nowhere. He was ...
... involve chilling for a few days in order to get used to the time difference and get us all set so we checked in for another night here in the same hotel, Khaosan Palace. We had to move rooms as yesterday we had a deluxe room but today we have just paid for the standard double - but to be quite honest it's pretty much the same. 850 baht for the night, so around 425 (8.50 pounds each) which is not too bad. It's been about 28 degrees all day! At 3 ish we ...
... one of the companions I had during the mission- Daniel Stirland- and remembered the times when he played that on the piano at the church while we were waiting for people to arrive for lessons and what not. I remembered my last transfer in Japan. That was two years ago. I returned on the fourth of January. "How did I get here with these people?" "How did I pass that time?" I thought. I thought of the stream of events, the stream of experiences that I've had since then and remembered ...
... I must confess that I was somewhat disappointed, I could see no mountains and although the lake was spectacular it wasn't what i had come for. I began to distrust the words
previously spoken and went to my bed in dismay.
At around 5am there was a knock on the door of our room from the owner and I finally understood why it was called mountain view.
'Mountain, Mountain' He called
Excitedly I rushed out of bed ...