Vista Residence Bangkok
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The day started at 3am and 21 hrs later we've check into our accommodation in Bangkok. Thanks to qantas stuffing up our initial seats we ended up with the exit row seats and heaps of room which made the flight from Sydney to Bangkok all the more tolerable. Trying to decide weather something to eat or sleep is required. Sleep is gaining favour by far.
... 15 years old who want to guide us to go through their village life and showed us what they usually do in their daily life. However he couldn't stop looking at Nathan, especially his hearing aids..he is looking really confused as constantly staring at it and looking at his Adidas trainers. Well compare to their clothing and shoes, we do feel for them, and he constantly coughing all the way as we tried to offer him some water, as he is not well. We wish we could help but nothing ...
... paying their extra fees, hand mine over again and within 5 mins, I have a visa in my passport just like everyone else! So, stand your ground people and don't pay more than you should! A short 1min walk later, it's another fan cooled room where you get your photo and fingerprints taken and officially stamped into Cambodia! As you walk over the border bus drivers for the actual for real "free shuttle bus" to the "Poipet Tourist Passenger International Terminal" greet you. About ...
... flags flap in the breeze and there are crowds of people outside. The retail and catering opportunities are being exploited to the full. Our mission here is to find some more earrings the same as I bought a few weeks ago from the protest site at Asok intersection. They were admired by Cherry and I want to get her and Note a pair each. They are tiny whistles, the symbol of the protesters who are using the 'whistle ...
... has been full of firsts and this was certainty no exception. It was by far the poshest and most comfortable train so far (probably because we splurged for soft beds). There isn't much to do on the train once the sun goes down so we passed the time watching movies and looking at German peoples feet. Derek has traveled South Asia before and er have been to a lot of the same places. It is beyond fascinating to compare experiences and outlooks. People can ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVista Residence Bangkok
Spacious, clean rooms, close to BRT train system, friendly service.
Not very centrally located but it is an easy walk to the train.
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