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- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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The long and dusty road continued today with a 9 hour journey across the boarders of Cambodia and Thailand. Not too much excitement to report on the highlight of the day was the fetid smell at the border crossing market which made you want to wretch with every breath. We arrived back at our original hotel for the final night of this overland,on train, in ...
... was an ironically peaceful experience given the chaos. Hidden away further into the cities heart was "The Garden Of Dreams", a serene and peaceful oasis where one could sit in the sun amongst the sound of birds and trickling water, it was a world away from the city but in truth only a wall separated us from the madness. I enjoyed my day in Kathmandu immensely but even so I felt I was only wishing away the hours for their were more important things ...
... both found it a little strange that the king thinks it appropriate to have not 1, but 2 very large beautifully crafted gold chairs made so he can sit on his elephant!! He also had another elephant chair made out off the most intricately carved wood I have ever seen! How many elephant riding chairs does 1 man need?! There were also huge walls of hand stitched silk tapestry's! These were incredible and so beautiful. Unfortunately we have not got any pictures of these as photography ...
... it! ;) Koh San road has got something for everyone. I think for me, there's a kind novelty that never gets old about being able to grab a quick bite of pad thai, followed by a take away beer or the ever popular bucket-o-booze and watch the world spin around you at a million miles per minute. That's Bangkok, fast, busy and always entertaining. The food as well as the shopping are definitely great reasons to visit Bangkok at least once in your travels. From streets lined with ...
So after 15 hours, we've arrived in Bangkok!! It's the most humid country we have ever been to and it's totally clear why they wear masks. It's like sniffing petrol everywhere you go! Its a beautiful city with absolutely no divide, everything is mish mashed into each other and there is no order whatsoever, especially when it comes to traffic. We had an eye opening ...