13 Coins Tower Hotel Ratchada
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... trip. We visited the Royal Palace museum and learnt a bit about the old royal family who were overthrown by the communist party around 1975. The museum houses some of their old cars and gifts that were sent to the kingdom from other nations. Mount Phu Si was our final essential Luang Prabang sight. We headed up late afternoon to catch the decent light and could see for miles, golden temples pointing out of the lush dense jungle surrounding the town and the rivers either side. It was ...
... King, McDonald's and Starbucks, it's the place for you. Comfort zone I guess. It seems like a booze filled , do what I don't do back home kind of place.
I prefer being out in the countryside, to each his own I guess
weathers been great, I saw the news about snow in buffalo, brrr
its been 32+ each day. I'm in heaven in that regard
ill update once in Nakhon Pathom
... all really got on and was looking forward to being with them a lot more. But in hindsight, it turned out to be for the best...more on that later! With my new bestie by my side, our group all went out to break the ice and party it up on Khao San road - the Mecca for backpackers, and break the ice we certainly did! We ended up at a really cool rooftop bar (I think that was actually the name of it), over looking the craziness happening below us on the road. There was ...
... rozrywką Johna stało się zgadywanie gatunku tajemniczego mięsa na patyku, które właśnie zamówił.
4. Tajlandczycy kochają ostre potrawy. Nie wiedząc jak jest 'ostre' w ich języku, kilka razy zamówilśmy bardzo pikantne jedzenie, po którym omal nie wypaliło nam głów.
5. Tuk tuk (maleńkie taksówki) czają się za każdym rogiem czekając aby zaatakować ...
... by vast jungle for miles to see. As well as this the original wooden track still remained in use and intact at a certain point along the railway over the river bed. That was a scary ride I can tell you! Tons of ancient wood creaking beneath the weight of a train and carriages above it. It's safe to say I was glad to be across to the other (safer!) side of the railway once we reached it! However, the experience of the train rode itself ...