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... so for the last few days I was able to truly relax.
Certainly Thailand has changed enormously since my backpacking days of 1989. In fact if I have visited the country since I have not been outside Bangkok and rarely been here for longer than three days. The exception was in late 2014, when I was waiting for my Indian visa and became so ill I had to leave Bangkok for Ayutthaya. Koh Chang is not on every tourists radar (the south being a bigger draw card) and ...
... called AirAsia and switched our flights.
We were getting picked up at 2am to go the the airport so we just went for a nice chilled meal and a massage that night. On the way the meal, we went passed these women all dressed up for Chinese New Year. We got some pictures, then went for our meal.
Afterwards, we went to a massage place we had seen earlier. They had one of those fish tanks where the fish nibble your feet. We were both going to have a go, ...
... paintings and all the other things I have forgotten to mention.
The museum itself is very well kept, the exhibits and surrounding areas are immaculate. Although it is set in a temple a member of staff I spoke told me it as important that people understood it was first a foremost a museum, everyone of any nationality, race or religion was welcome. And we were incredibly welcomed.
50 Baht - £1 well spent!
... they are IN my bed living inside the bit of fabric that my face is meant to rest on. We went down to the reception and quietly explained to the man at the desk that we were going to have to move rooms and why. He was pretty rude and tutted at us as he ordered one of the other members of staff to take us to another room. As soon as the light was turned on in that other room we saw immediately saw 4 cockroaches on the bed. The man who had let us in stepped over to the ...
... and loads of places to stop and this is only backing up my idea to maybe take an international driving test license and buy a bike to travel through Asia. Like the UK you have to buy a ticket to your destination though on the swaentghaew you pay where ever you get off which is good but you cant then get off, look round and get another, you have to wait and probably for a while too but on a bike you can really explore so I have a post on Lonley Planet asking what insurance I ...