Siamese Views Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Hey everybody, We have made it safe and sound to our hotel in Bangkok. Long day of travel so we're turning in to get a good start in the morning. The plan tomorrow is to take a water taxi to the old city center and work our way back to the hotel. Wifi is great at the hotel so we will be updating you as much as we can ...
Its strange to think that we will be back to orderly and structured lives in about thirty six hours. Thailand has been everything we'd hoped for and far more and as we look back over the last fifty two days we can hardly believe the adventures we have had. That we are unscathed by the experience is a minor miracle. We were determined to make the most of our last few hours in Bangkok but there lies the rub. I have visited this city half a dozen times and the major ...
... and added that since I was leaving Thailand, I was no longer in possession of any Thai money. Confirming my suspicions of a scam, the man thereby let go of his request for Baht and my visa was processed without problems. After this, I headed into Cambodia and into the queue that ended my speedy progress so far. This was the last stop on the line, where my fingerprints would be taken (all ten of them) and I would finally be rewarded with the entrance stamp. ...
... interesting places in the world. It has been a fantastic experience. We've visited 9 countries, slept in 56 different beds, been to 16 airports, 48 beaches and travelled on 18 different modes of transport. I have seen some wonderful wildlife as well, lizards, koalas, kangaroos, elephants, dolphins, birds, sea creatures to name a few. I've added a few photos from the past 6 months to this blog, just to remind you. In India we initially had a bit of a culture shock and when talking ...
... including a London bus, Charring Cross station, and the Brooklyn bridge. From the escalators you could see all the way down to basement - a view which left Jacqui's knees somewhat wobbly.
The obvious remedy was a banana pancake, our first on the "banana pancake trail". We then spent the evening browsing the stalls at Sukhumvit's night ...