- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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So, it's my second week in Chiangmai . Next week looks like it might be busy with Jay possibly coming up here from Bangkok and Kath and Bob arriving from London and Louise (who I met through a mutual friend in blue-ginger) also coming up from Bangkok. This week the days are just going to swim by. On Monday morning I walked to the post office and sent off my acceptance to Prinn and Bo's wedding in Bangkok in February. Luckily I have some Jackie Morris notecards with me, and I try to ...
... semi-famous hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Bangkok. Silom was a very different area than where my hotel was. As she described, it was like the Wall street area of Bangkok. It was still crowded, but it was more modern with a big shopping mall area. Afterwards we took the public transport to the ferry on the river. From there we went to a place called Asiatique. It was a massive outdoor shopping mall. It was very new and ...
... having mixed feelings: on one hand, I was envious of them: of their long stretches of free time, of their super flexible itineraries, of their care-free youth... but on the other hand, I wanted to return to my Shangri-La at the end of the day - with it's serene luxury, its cocktail hours, its turndown service...
I guess I am not meant to be a backpacker :)
... hold on to them without having to reveal my armpits to anyone which is convenient considering how hot and muggy it is there which means I’m almost constantly drenched in sweat so it would be an extremely unpleasant experience for anyone nearby if it was Western sized!
From the train stop I arrived at from the airport, I lugged my luggage a few blocks before hailing down a taxi which took me to the hostel. Absolutely knackered and in desperate ...
... Bangkok skyline and was well worth the climb in the heat. After our sightseeing we headed for the hostel, stopping by Khao San by day to see the infamous road in all its glory - a bit grubby but timid compared to its nightly goings on - we didn't get offered to go to a ping pong show once when it was daylight! For those of you who don't know what this is, don't research it but be assured it's not similar to Tom Hanks' efforts in Forrest Gump. We had a ...