Travel Blogs from Bangkok
When we got to Bangkok, we found ourselves, out in the 'burbs a bit so when we checked out to got visit Paddy (Nialls friend) up north, we thought we'd probably got back to the centre afterwards. So north we went, taking on the Thailand bus system, all by oursleves (Yeah us!) and made our way to go see the newest arrival in Nialls group of mates, …
I wasn't planning to write a blog today. No particular reason, we've had another very enjoyable day, but there wasn't anything much to report this time.
So far all of these entries have been composed in my head and then typed on the Kindle in the early hours of the morning between 2 and 6am and that's because jet lag has rendered us both sleepless. Why is it, that at this time you seem to be so much more awake and ...
... the plane -- was dramatic. While we were amused, the Afrikaans head flight attendant was decidedly not. He shouted at one passenger that he could have him arrested for using his mobile phone while the airplane was still taxiing and manhandled an elderly gentleman (who was attempting to exit the aircraft during taxi) into a seat. A clash of two very different cultures.
While our stop in Mumbai was short, we got to experience some of the bureaucratic insanity: for being ...
... Feel a bit better aswell now so things are looking up. Apart from Pete thought he had eaten some peanuts, that was a scare for half an hour! Gonna go to bed soon and then see what tomorrow has in store! :) 18/1 Well, today was absolutely mental! One of the best days. We got up about nine for breakfast which consisted of corn flakes and what I thought was apple juice. I couldn't have been more wrong. It was this absolutely manky coconut juice. What a regret that was. We then got ready ...
... There are a few westerners on the train and we are opposite two Brits, who we start to chat with. They are traveling for a year and one of them is a teacher. She sounds very in the know about places, but I decide later that she has swallowed the Lonely Planet guide!
We pull out at 8pm, bound for Nong Khai, just on the Thai/Laos border and we are due to arrive at 7.30am.
As we have been in Bangkok a few ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking