- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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... Cheap, cheap' to us. Buying items was fun ... you never pay full price. The stall owners expect you to barter, with some even beating us to it, saying 'This is 350 baht, but I can discount.' We spent over 4 hours at the markets ... managing to get some great bargains and gifts for the kids :) The temperature was only about 35 degrees, but humidity was very high and so at the end of this time, we were tired, hungry and dripping with ...
... Christiane , and decided to join her at a Thai cooking class on Tuesday. Penn booked it for us ( he's landlady Nui's son) And tonight I FACETIMED Kenji at home in England It's amazing ...... even spoke to Lottie-dog and she looked right at me on the computer , pricked her ears and cocked her head. The next day was Saturday and it seemed that Nui had persuaded everybody to join her in an overnight excursion to Mae Kam Pong , further North where there are some hot springs. Last night ...
... this aircraft are 103 Kiwi's with Habitat for Humanity, off to build houses for six days in a small town somewhere outside Katmandu. It was quite a sight to see them all dressed in the same shirts ready to do good works. After the build, they have a myriad of choices and lengths of after stays to experience the county as tourists. Grand idea and inspiring too.
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, I was greeted by Tilak, he escorted me to the Fuji Hotel to meet the ...
... for 5 year olds, although we struggled with some of them. Then the tiredness hit and we had to get on our next flight from Doha which to be honest we didn't enjoy. We hardly slept a wink and the man behind me would kick my chair on estimate every 5 minutes just to make sure I wasn't getting too much sleep. Then finally we arrived and found a cab really easily which we paid a whole 350 baht (7 pounds) to ...
... amazing. We got a Tuk Tuk back to Khoa San where I suggested getting a Burger King as I wasn't feeling great and I knew salt is what I needed to help the situation. We chilled out at my hostel before heading to et the bus, we met this mad Thai guy who waited with us called Tony Blair, he was brilliant! The bus journey wasn't bad as I just slept through the whole thing, the guys were pretty jealous that I could do ...