Queen's Garden Resort at River View
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2 Samsen Road, Pranakorn, Banglamphu, Bankok, 10200 Slept a good part of the night with the annoying bit in the middle when you feel like you could get up for breakfast! Eventually got up about 7:30 and went for a lovely breakfast of basically everything you want! Had a wander round and then went for a Thai massage. Thought I would have lots of bruises but ...
... is really like. Bangkok is about as commercial and plastic as it can possibly get. Everyone talks about the Thai smile and Thailand being the land of smiles, but half the smiles you are granted are more than likely to be loaded heavily with acid. So, what's my point? I guess, and this is especially hard for me, you've got to ignore critics and, for the most part, reality. Reality is a malignant tumour feeding on your aspirations, your imagination and your will ...
... provide a forum for people to ask questions when they are looking for something or to seek advice/suggestions. I noticed one post from a woman (Kirsten) who was asking for suggestions to get her 12 year old daughter to her trampoline club.......WHAT....trampoline club!!! Obviously, this caught my attention because prior to coming here, I was trying to find out if there was trampolining in Thailand. When I corresponded with the school gymnastics ...
... water.They are vegetarians, eating a wide variety of plants. In Thailand, their favourite food is tamarind, but as anyone who has been to an elephant camp knows, they seem to love bananas and sugar cane. Both sexes have tusks, although they are far larger in the male. Some males do not grow tusks, and are supposed to be better workers. The trunk is a ...
Well, it was our driver who slept in this morning, not me - so our 3am pick-up ended up being at 4am - not a big deal, although we could have slept for an extra hour. We drove for three hours to the Cambodian border, where we were met by our guide, Sophoan. You have to actually walk across a "dead zone" (not part of either country) to get to Cambodia and it's full of street vendors, shady characters ...