Mae Nai Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Pay! Eventually we reached our 1st night accommodation in Kaley,the car did wait for us at specific junctions. It had been a long tiring day,time for food,beer and bed! Next morning up,breakfast and off,another long day,distance over 400 Km,10 or more hours riding,we were heading to Bagan,where we would visit Shwezigon Pagoda,a Buddhist Temple,which is gold plated,and originates from 1102 AD,Wow. We were soon chasing the lead car again,and passing exceptional ...
... br> We spent the rest of our first day just exploring Khoa San and eating a bar for dinner. Again, Bangkok had such a great, electric atmosphere at night. Everyone was having a great time, music was playing loudly and backpackers were having the time of their life.
Last time Bangkok, I stayed closer to the CBD where the high rises and fancy hotels are located. This side of Bangkok was certainly an eye opener ...
... Then the answer would always be “I don't know” or care. No matter, we managed to find all that we needed after going to ten different malls!
On one of our last evenings we went to meet Esther and Skippy (Pete) at their flat in the business district. We walked, got a canal boat, then a train then another short walk to their flat or should I say “condo'! The transport around central Bangkok is actually awful, they don't have transport points ...
Got on a bus bound for Bangkok leading to a relatively easy 4.5 hour trip, then an hour city bus ride to Banglamphu for 7B.
Check out a few of the new hostels around and then went to visit my favorite streets - Ram Butri and Khaosan to see what has changed over the past ...
... not I had time or it would be worth it to go out there despite everything. It's supposed to be 15 baht for a 3rd class ticket there, which is about $0.50, so insanely cheap. But then it's a two hour train ride each way with no air conditioning and in probably crowded conditions, although I guess not as bad as it would be on the weekend. And I had to get to the train station from here and then figure out buying tickets and the ruins look cool but ...