Queen's Garden Resort at River View
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We even managed our first temple, & oh my what a place, a 46 metre long golden Buddha. It was huge, beautiful & squeezed into a room that could barely hold it.
So after a few days in a modern type city, we are about to go & catch the overnight train south heading for the Thai islands.
... an infamous Thai 'bucket' - a bucket literally filled with booze and ice. A few drinks and bars later I had turned into a wild bucket crazed hooligan, and spent the final hours of the night in 'Happy Bar' making friends yet again, this time with a Thai couple. It wasn't until 2 hours later when the police showed up and ruined the party, insisting the bars along Khao San Road closed, when we went onto the street to hail a taxi home, that ...
I finally arrived at the school and met the older Thai lady named Gift. She was really friendly and could speak English well. The markets where about a 5 minute walk from the school and it was massive, everywhere you looked there was food. We collected the items we needed and headed back.
We cooked all the food and we where able to eat everything we cooked. It was so delicious and we get to get the recipes.
... night. It's quite remarkable to witness if you ever get the chance.
After seeing the locals set up shop and then shut it all down a time or two, Lou Lou and I sat down for some delish beef soup. She knew all the right spots and made it incredibly easy to enjoy. I can't say eating soup in these temperatures is what I could include as a daily ritual though. It was hotter than a witch's tit and we found ourselves continually wiping away sweat. What was the point after all? ...
... I have my visa,flights and 4 days accommodation. I've been advised that lots of hotels and tourist sites are controlled by the government which means the "fees" end up in officials private accounts etc .So I'm going to try and use locals once there, if I can that is? Again if I want to go to certain areas I have to "buy" a permit from the government I'm told, see how that pans out once there? At the time of writing I'm informed there are very few ATM,s and ...