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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of Bangkok for hours on end like I did. Even my Talbot the Tank Engine impression didn’t seem to register. A small thing, quite literally, but omit ‘Noi’ at your peril.
After arriving at the station I assessed the train, in addition to the rock hard seat situation and calculated that it would take me around 4 hours to reach Kanchanaburi. I quietly psyched myself up for the metal seat vs. Alex’s backside, no holds-barred cage match. I ...
... could only be described as a collection of tied sticks, our bus arrived and we hopped on. The journey was about 20 minutes in a rickety old bus with a fan in the ceiling, the floors were made of wood and the space on board was utilized to accommodate more standing passengers than seated ones, I guess people take up less space that way. To say we got off the bus would not be an accurate description of our disembarkation; it would be far more accurate to say he was kind enough ...
... and the only way to get in was to crawl. It was definitely and experience winding in and out of the traffic. At the flowers market there were hundreds of stalls some selling whole flowers and others making and selling garlands and decorations. In Bangkok there are shrines everywhere as they believe everything (house, car, hotel, tree, boat) has a spirit and they offer the flowers and other things (red fanta!) every day. The flowers are picked ...
... and delicious food. I would never go to Mexico by myself, why did I think it would be a good idea to go to Thailand?
In all honesty I had a pretty thorough holiday already by the time I had finished New Zealand. Clearly I’ve spent so much time with Australians and Brits that I have started calling my vacation a holiday. I would have been very happy going home after New Zealand. I booked the Thailand component because I ...
... our way to another place we had not been to in all our times in Bangkok - Khao San Road...we wandered there, had drinks and lunch and foot massage afterwards...Khao San is a short road which - together with the nearby streets - makes up what is often called "backpackers ghetto"...it's full of inexpensive restaurants, shops and food stalls, very cheap hotels and ...