Pai Klang Na Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... now. After we had seen all of Jim Thompson's impressive riverside house we made our way over to the Scala cinema where we booked tickets to go and see Minions. We're creatures of mixed interests, you see. The film wasn't on for more than an hour so we headed over to Siam Centre to have a look around. Siam Centre is a bit odd. It has strange clothing from boutique shops that you can't imagine anyone wearing outside the set of the Hunger Games or the Fifth Element. We ...
... the friendly street dogs. There is one bar that stays open late, called Don't Cry - although usually a reggae bar, come after hours, it becomes more of a dance club. After a fun evening in Sunset Bar with two great girls we met there, we decided to check in on Don't Cry. We got some amazing street food and ate it there with drinks. But the atmosphere was very different to where we had come from and after there was a huge street dog fight that ended up inside the bar ...
At the moment we are back in big, bad Bangkok. It's our last stop in South East Asia before moving onto India and an entirely new culture and experience. Our flights are booked out of Bangkok to India so we were always making our way back here, we just came back here a little earlier than originally planned as Jon booked to go to the F1 Grand Prix in Malaysia! He's so excited and I'm excited for him too. I decided I'd have way more ...
... hadn't slept, but it was time to start the day in Vietnam!. One day sort of blurs into the next!!
Thurs 12 March
The woman on the plane next to me was going on ...
... just over thirty degrees, now it's about twenty, almost as cold as Crezieres, I suppose. Mountain air. Americans, Chinese, a few French and others, but no Russians I could hear. At four thirty a nearby mosque called out for a few minutes, so I suppose that we will have an alarm call, to worship, sometime before dawn. We usually checked out the nearest mosque on the map and booked somewhere not too close when we were in India. Still, only one night. And so to ...