Amarin Nakorn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I've still got a cough although it does seem to be getting better slowly but surely. The bites have all pretty much clearer up now too so there must have been something in the Bangkok hostel that was biting me and it hadn't followed me- it was so strange!! 5 1/2 hours in..... Getting restless now!! Looks really pretty outside though- very foresty and lots of rivers. 8 hours ...
... eating hasn't been contaminated by someone else's chopsticks. Every day, we would first go to meet with the mahouts to pick up the elephants from where the animals spent the night. In the morning, they have some time to roam freely, and it has been incredible seeing them wander in what is as close to their natural habitat as possible. The babies are always wandering away from the herd, but the mothers are never far behind, and they always follow Thongpoon, the matriarch. If the ...
Left Nan and headed southeast on 101 ... GPS still not agreeing with map and neither agrees with either road atlas. Note that the new road atlas that Guy bought in Bangkok is dated 2014 ... perhaps it is optomistic about some of the roads it is showing .... The GPS keeps trying to force us back onto a major highway ... "go 30 meters, turn right, turn right again, turn right again, turn left" etc. Recalculates every time we miss an opportunity for a ...
Six nights and three locations on our whistle stop tour south through Thailand. First stop- Lampang- the home of the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre. At the centre we watched the elephants bathe, we fed them bamboo, Vicky played catch with one of them (honest truth) and we went on an elephant ride. The elephant who took us on a ride was called Lucy. She was born an elephant but raised a lady. She has a bank account where she keeps all the ...
... late but still. So next thing - I had to give away any possible sort of distraction eg phone, books, paper, pen and was told to stay in absolute silence for the next 10 days. Not even eye contact to others was allowed. So I say hello to myself. Make yourself comfortable - we'll hang out together for a the next days now. Accept we are stuck here - no escape.
Which sounded like a great idea at the beginning, turned into a ...