Thai Bamboo Guesthouse Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Our favourite is a Thai dish called Masaman curry. It is a yellow curry with lemongrass, peanuts,coconut milk and potatoe. Chor-tip has also cooked us a lovely Pork soup which she was amazed we liked as she had added chilli, but we loved it. Grandpa took us to aplace called The Baguette for Morning coffee and pasteries. Very nice, lovely and cool after cycling too.
A visit to Mrigadayvan Palace, Rama VI summer palace was very interesting. The ...
... by ravenous leeches and finally a breathtaking waterfall all to ourselves. I was so hot and tired when we finally arrived I just jumped straight into the icy water. When I got out I realised I'd left our lunch back in the car...so we could only stay at the waterfall as long as our tummies would let us before tackling the 4km hike back! I the afternoon we drove back down the mountain and ended the day watching the sun set over the reservoir which the national park ...
... we agreed to meet Mr Long at 7:30, two hours later much to Mum and my disgust. We split into the two obvious groups and went crazy; well not Nana and Pa, but us. We got belts for 49B instead of 299 as they were at the markets in Bangkok, purses, wallets, clothes for 50B, sunglasses for 50B, handbags and a few more things that I can’t think of.
Dinner was the best part of the market by far. I ...
... friendly and always do their best to help you whilst giving you a big smile. After a few drinks we headed along the river to a small thai restaurant with small tables that you had to sit at cross legged on the floor. Not great but definitely a new experience! From here we headed across the river to a western looking bar where we spent the rest of the evening having a few too many beers and cocktails. Nice!
Today we had a full day ...
... end (as it always does). I got to my guest house and managed to haggle a good deal for a room at 100baht - about £2 per night (reduced from 120baht). I then settled in the normal way with a wonder about the town and a flirt with the 7-eleven girls before checking out the local markets for some food. After which, it was time to get some sleep.
Phetburi is famous for its Wats (temples). There are loads of them here with some apparently more interesting ...