Amarin Lagoon Hotel
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I go out for the breakfast this morning as Jai was still dozing.
We were talking about staopping another night largely so that I could watch Eng v NZ on TV here tonight. In the end we have decided to stick to plan and return overnight tonight. With breakfast over we take a tuk-tuk to the Arcade bus station and discover that is it now possible to get a bus straight from here to Roi Et ...
Out for a wander thru the royal fish project, the crocodile farm and Bung Si Fai park.
Toured around town, then out to the Little Red Car for dinner, followed by a street stall for dessert.
Up early the next for an interesting breakfast, from the well meaning staff.
Off again to Sukhothai historical ruins, then stopped at ...
... the mahouts can prepare for this because there are certain signs the males show when they about to enter musthe. For this, the mahouts need to know how to use blow darts to make the elephants drowsy, so we got to learn as well! You don't want to hit the elephant too close to the head or behind, because he can take it out with his trunk or tail, so you want to hit it in the side, and then the medicine immediately starts entering the bloodstream. It was much harder than it ...
... no problem, and what a cool place! Decorated with everything from old vespa's to action figures to china dolls, it was an eclectic mash up that somehow made for a really "hip" looking place! Our room itself was brick with a hardwood floor. Very modern but with a craftsman feel. For instance, our sink was half a wine barrel! And little did we know, we got free breakfast and 2 drinks of our choice every day in the coffee shop. Yeah, we were in love. We had chosen to stay in ...
... bugs to 4 wheel drive trucks climbing city stairs. I stopped for a foot massage (100 baht per hour) and wondered why a
I am doing this trip alone. I almost need some one that I can occasionally look over at and ask "Is this really all happening? Am I really seeing this?" It is possible to feel alone in a crowd of 10s of thousands of people, but I am a traveler and adventurer and this is what I do. Some body should be here to see this with me. (hint ...