Lam Sai Village Hotel
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... fell into place. My shoulders got the attention they needed and I left half an hour later feeling relaxed and rejuvenated; now to find the boys again.
They were sitting downstairs in our hostels bar/restaurant/reception area. Edd was feeling nauseous and keen to go straight to bed. I agreed with him, so we said good night and made our way up the 10 flights of stairs for the last time. I was not going to miss this work out every time I needed to go to my ...
... right outside, so we were in our air-conditioned room in no time. We peeled our clothes off and had a little lie down, Edd’s friend was arriving later in the evening, so we had to soak up as much cool air as possible, later it was going to be a wait in the restaurant area under a fan.
We made our way downstairs at 8pm, went to the 7/11 to get a beer for Edd and a Mojito in a bottle for me. We then positioned ourselves ...
... you know has been here for at least 80 years....we LOVED it!! So happy!!
(only have pictures of next day (too tired to bring IPhone)..went for late lunch...very quiet this time)
oh ya....we discovered Singha! Thai beer since 1933! Refreshing while eating in 35 degree heat (and it's 8pm!!)
Walked back to our hotel with HUGE smiles on our faces ;)))))).
Today, after a replenishing long sleep, ...
... before heading out for the night ending up in a quieter back street were we met a Canadian and an Irish girl who had been travelling for a couple of months. They were nice enough but also recommended to us that we go to Pai, Thailand and 4,000 Islands, Laos as these had been good destinations for them. Opting not to attend a ping pong show that night, we retired to the dorm ahead of our presumably warm exploits the next morning. 30th September ...
... and so is the culture and the food. When you're traveling as a traveler opposed to being on a tour or traveling in a group, you're on your own and have to figure things out quickly. Yesterday, we walked the streets to get a bit acclimated to the country. This morning, with a couple of cups of coffee under our belt we hit the road running. Walked down the street, found the train station and also found out how ...