Ever Rich Inn
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... dressed, got ready and headed out the door. We jumped on the BTS and made our way to Siam where we began our hunt for a western breakfast. Every day when we go to work someone is eating some fried chicken or an omelette and the smell is enough to turn your stomach after a while. We just wanted a proper fry up. So our mission took us to the A&W restaurant - a good American brand, we thought, but turns out that their breakfasts mainly consist of rice and fish too. ...
... 53Bht to 1GBP just those few weeks ago. I blame the Greeks and their problems dragging the rest of Europe down, even the GBP which isn't of course directly connected with Euro, still ... I return to guest house stopping at 7/11 for a snack, coffee and a bottle of water to take back to the room where a cooling shower and the aircon awaits. Apparently it was 37 degrees when we landed in Bangkok this morning, it is probably ...
Ron decided he would have a nap, so that was my chance to go shopping (it is so great having MBK just through a doorway on the 2nd floor). I wandered off and found just the handbag I had been wanting. I had been looking for a soft sack like bag, not too large, as most of that style seem to be, maybe gold or silver. The one I got is gold and silver (reversable). I then bought one in aubergine and an ochre sort of colour. Both bags ...
... if you ask for toast, every one wherever you go will look, feel and taste exactly the same - we like to call it 'Air Toast' - Another expression comes to mind when understanding elephant commands, they say "Phae Bai", which they mean as "Go Go", however literally translated it means "Come Go. I see where we got our expression "I don't know whether to come or go" and understand the inspiration behind The Clash's, "Should, I stay or should I go" ...
... this to a few more people. The local bus looked like it was about 50 years old and sounded like a tank, with wooden floors and probably the biggest gear stick I have ever seen. We couldn’t work out how we were supposed to pay for it, so in the end we didn’t...!
When we finally got to Khao San Road, it was like walking around a European city. The place was absolutely packed with tourists of every age range. This is currently the ...