Bourbon Street Boutique Hotel
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Had the Cajun chicken quesadilla, just brilliant flavour!
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What are the odds that we have only been in south east Asia for 2 days now and we are already meeting up with fronds from home! Sunny booked a last minute flight out to Bangkok from India to see us! I had an absolutely fabulous day! Temples, delicious food, a crazy night out, and brilliant company. The day started with visiting Wat Phra Kaew ( …
Oh dear... super hung over. I guess that's what you get for partying until 4 AM hahah oh well, it was such a good time. Last night when we were at the Bourbon Street boutique hotel, Sunny and Justin made plans To go golfing with Doug (the owner of the hotel) and Paul. So they were off at 8 AM and I stayed in bed until noon recovering haha. Today's …
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Due to a heavy storm last night which David slept through....we arrived a bit late in our port of Laem Chabang this morning. (Hence the sea day update earlier whilst we were waiting to disembark)
The storm last night was quite impressive, for a big ship we moved and rocked a lot. Great fun. Order is restored again, the winds have gone and it was warm and partly cloudy today. There was a bit of a mess today ...
... 163;10. Just on the thought of how cheap food is, whilst we were waiting in the airport earlier we decided to have a little snack, I had a shrimp stick and Matty had something which resembled a rice ball with mince in, they were more than enough for a snack. Mine cost roughly 30p and Matty's about 25p. After our meal we decided to have a drink in a local bar, the bar was called Golf bar, attracting tourists with is staff uniform of bright orange t-shirts with no ID check here written ...
... have been all ok. He didn't know what menace, what horror lurked behind that toilet door.
He entered the gents managed to get some of his vision back. The toilets were surprisingly well looked after, 2 cubicles and 3 urinals against the wall. The music was quieter in here. There was a few people in there; 2 British lads washing their hands talking about which girl they wanted to sleep with, another guy who had vomit around his chin who was just leaving and a young Thai ...