A-ONE The Royal Cruise Hotel
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... this challenging adventure with her!
Also others I may be meeting up with. Three who I've met travelling and my cousin Allison, who seems to have inherited, like me, a vagabond spirit! We plan to meet up somewhere in NW India as she is leading a tour there at the same time!
This adds so much dimension to an already highly anticipated travel adventure. I am literally buzzing inside with anticipation.
The logistics of getting to where I am now... bags packed, ...
... is the red shiny fruit that grows from a tree?
........It was truly filling, let me tell ya!
Tam pulled a quick one on me and snuck up behind me shortly after that debacle. The sweetest, gentlest, most caring woman extended her hand out to me. I couldn't get over her overwhelming kindness in the first minute upon meeting her. I became more fond of her than I did of Lou Lou. SHE unfortunately made me have nightmares last night about turning into a ...
It's crazy how a one hour flight can take up an entire day! Boarded our shared mini bus and went round picking up everyone else, always depressing looking at all the amazing hotels here and comparing them to your shabby hostel. Nevertheless we reached the airport all the same and suddenly was ravished by hunger so got some food before checking in, a very sleepy ...
... class was run by a friendly, local Thai in his home. We made pad thai, tom yum gung (hot and sour soup), spicy papaya salad, panang curry (from scratch with a mortar and pestle), banana spring rolls, and mango sticky rice. In the cooking class, there were four people from four different continents. This is one of our favourite things about travelling: the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and learn about different cultures. While in Chiang Mai on ...
... here. It is quite a new taxi and the driver is very helpful and tells us the taxi ride will be 40 minutes! He has a USB socket on his dashboard and Jamie asks if he can charge his phone and so we also listen to Jamie's music and watch the info on the TV screen. The fare is less than a fiver. Our next bargain is at the entrance where, as is typical in Thailand, foreigners tickets cost a hefty amount more than Thais. Jamie shows them his Thai driving licence and they ask if we ...