Bangkok Natural Spa & Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... some of them got stolen. The guide's accent was so strong it was really hard to understand.
Temple number 2 was Wat Mongkhon Bophit, pretty much the same as the rest, big gold Buddha with offerings around. There was a big Gong in there, and the guide said it was good luck to bang on the Gong three times, so we all queued up to bang.
We then went to a little building next door and sat on the floor where the monk threw more holy lucky water on us. He also gave us a ...
The title of this blog should be the offical slogan for Bangkok. It is both beautiful and grotesque. Spiritual and vile. My kinda place! And somewhere you can manage to get into lots of trouble. Our favourite thing we overheard in Bangkok was a young traveller telling the pharmacist that he had "really bad clymidia". The pharmacist said absolutely nothing in return. We are not sure if he ...
... decided to go out and try to have an early night so sort our body clocks out as we were still tired...next thing im having my first cocktail bucket then stumbling into the hotel at 4am! Loz experienced my usual drunken sleep talking then failing at trying to find the bathroom whilst still ...
Our mission today is to get a couple of spare keys cut for Jamie's flat. There is a huge shopping mall/department store at Phrom Pong near to where he used to live just a few stops up on the Skytrain and adjacent to our favorite park. After we whirl Milly around the block we set off. We got quite used to the station and exits and Emporium in previous years but when we step down from the platform all is different. They have ( and still are) refurbishing the ...
... Buddha, which is 46m long and has feet decorated in mother of pearl. The site was big enough that I could appreciate it in a bit of peace rather than being rushed through like some other tourist attractions. Having foiled a would-be scam artist(thanks to my guidebook's warnings), I entered the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew complex which was in fact open unlike the aforementioned gentleman tried to convince me. At a steep £10 entry fee, the Palace had to impress(because ...