BaanSilom Soi 3
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... at the moment I am apparently in the "I want to hide from the world and lie in my bed all day" stage. When you're at home this is usually when your friends will come round, entice you out, let you rant/cry/shout/whatever you need to do. When your travelling and you stay in your bed and don't talk.. no one will come and talk to you. You won't meet people and no one will force you out of bed. So although I could have happily stayed in bed all day ...
... The guards are part of the protest group and are searching bags before they let you pass. Further along the road is a sea of the red, white and blue stripes of the national flag, the protestors have adopted this symbol of nationality.
We decide to turn back here and head up a side street and watch the sun setting on the same Khlong that runs along beside Jamie's ...
... 17 nights in budget hotels. Then I'm moving on to Bali for about two weeks although I'm thinking of changing plans and heading to Australia a few days early. TBD. I've been gone 6 weeks already. Hard to believe and I'm not yet at the half way point. Feeling a little home sick today but I know it will pass. Miss you all very much. My next post won't likely be until I get settled in Bali and find internet ...
... whole families crammed together selling anything and everything and seem so grateful for your tourism. It's a heady mix.
We stopped at a Japanese restaurant and devoured fresh salmon teriyaki and garlic noodles for about £4 each for dinner, and on arrival back to our hotel, the protestations were still continuing so we headed up to the rooftop of our hotel for a midnight swim in their lovely pool to unwind.
We were the only ones there - BLISS.
... which was pretty cool. There were lots of buddha statues here all of them beautifuly decorered in gold. Today was cool and we learnt a lot but we did wish we had a guide around the temples to help us understand a lot more.
Our plans for tonight are to head to China town for some food and drink! Tomorrow we have a 7am start to go to visit the floating markets. Really looking forward to this!
Oh and also I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaanSilom Soi 3 Bangkok
A small and fine hotel. It's clean and the staff ia helpfull. It's close to the skytrain, and meny taxi drivers know the mainstreet!
We Will be back some orher time
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