My father and I landed at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport at around 11pm, capping off a whopping 33 hours of nonstop transit time. I love flying, but United Economy class gets old after a while… It was time to go to bed for a long time. The Okura proved to be a worthy place to do just that!
After our exhausting 13 hour flight from Washington, my father and I were eager to visit the United Club at Tokyo Narita for some food, some drinks, and some showers. We made our way from our arrival gate, 36, to the transfer desk to collect boarding passes for the next leg. We were directed to clear security again, but thankfully, the lines were short and the officers were efficient. Soon enough, we were on our way down an escalator, and at the bottom of it, we found ourselves in front of the entrance to the United Club. Continue reading “Tokyo Narita United Club Review”
I was celebrating my seventh birthday the last time I was in Bangkok, and I’ve been intrigued by it ever since. Defined by perpetual hustle and bustle, over-the-top nightlife, and ornate temples and palaces from centuries past, Bangkok was characterized in a guide book as a “town of juxtapositions.” Within moments of leaving the airport, it’s obvious how “The Big Mango” earned such a reputation. Continue reading “Southeast Asian Summer Vacation”