- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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On our next stop, we decided food was probably a good idea. Kate found a great place, we had some local beers called Shinga, and tried some curries. For the record, we decided that red curry is much better than green curry.
On the next stage of our journey, we ran into something completely foreign to us... A long stretch with no bars. The situation started to get desperate the ...
... at the airport and then was like why are you still in the car??? I told him he was supposed to be taking me to the hotel and he just said over their walk. I asked him how do I get there and then he jut shrugged and drove me, saying all the way how close it was. Indeed it was actually really close I could of walked it, but not the point we had paid him to take me their and I had no idea how to walk there.
My hotel was huge ...
... more yellow barriers and military check points along the streets. That night, after some food and some cheap beers a road behind Kao San, we see way more soldiers on the street and even more checkpoints in the busy areas.
The following morning we are told that the army has imposed Martial Law and the government was dissolved. Thailand is a divided country ...
... to date with the information and keep my wits about me, I am safe as houses. Forigeners are not the problem or the target. Hopefully the curfew will be lifted by the weekend and we can head into Bangkok... It wil be weird to see armed soldiers on the street though ...we don't have that in little old Nakhon Chai Si. I am not worried for my safety at all... the only thing that worries me a little is if things get worse I may get shipped home and I'm not ready for that ...
... Bangkok, with 99 chedis, which are remarkably like pagodas, housing Buddhist relics. Some of these are huge, built in remembrance to the four Ramas. It's also home to a huge reclining Buddha. At 46m long and 15m high, it's pretty impressive. Many many other temples dotted around the city have their unique aspects, including one with a giant swing in front, built by Rama IV.
Dusit Palace may not be a temple, but it is a former royal palace, with ...