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, …
... and I look forward to helping out this organization.
We have had multiple guest speakers but the one who touched me the most was Jeff Wong, an activist for the Slum Community. In Thailand alone, there are more than 3,700 slum communities and approximately 1.14 million people live in slums. What classifies a community as a slum? Here are the criteria: lack of water, lack of sanitation, density, lack of durability/structure of building and ...
... towels and ribbon bows on toilet rolls.
After I got some sleep, I decided to go to Khao-san road but the staff at SSIP BOUTIQUE suggested that it was too early for seeing a night-life there. So, she booked a table for me and suggested me to go to Khao-san road after I finished my dinner at Steve Cafe' & Cuisine where was one of my favorite places of visiting Bangkok this time. The restaurant located on a good location ...
... comfy and we were at the top which was really fun! Having arrived the next morning at Bangkok reasonably well rested we found the nearest place possible with a room low down so I didn't have to walk too much. After a rest we headed off for breakfast and organised some tours for the next few days then headed off to The Grand Palace which was a stunning collection of temples as buildings covered in colours and gold. Inside one of the buildings was ...
... accent made it sound exactly like 'coconut'! Ugh!
I just had to laugh about it and chalk it up as one of my experiences in Thailand and an opportunity to write a review on the animal shows. I will post about how those all work as far as money and such for anyone who plans to go to them.
Since traffic was so bad on the way back to the hotel, I decided to get out and walk the rest of the way since it wasn't that far...what should have been 10 minutes ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking