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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... been distracted by the cats for five minutes by the time we'd remembered we were meant to be looking at menus. As a result I had the world's smallest lasagne, tasty, but small, and Becky had some kind of thick chocolate cake. It was around about this point that we worked out that I may, depressingly, be allergic to cats. Reluctantly, we left the Caturday Cafe, feeling relieved of stress and woes. We made our way down the road to Platinum mall ...
... did and we would definitely revisit for a few more nights of we returned to Thailand. We are very excited to get back to England. The main reasons being because travelling around constantly, organising everything, living out of a bag and only having money leaving your account becomes quite annoying. I think it will be a "grass is always greener" scenario, but for now we are looking forward to getting back and properly sharing our amazing ...
... high, and I have always hated being in water. The longer I stood there, the worse the fear got. At the same time, these guys were all very supportive and were shouting out encouragement from below. It was just awful, because there was so much pressure to jump and at the same time, I just couldn't get myself to do it. Finally, I just apologized to them and climbed down. The terrible part of the experience was that I think in some ways I failed myself by not being able to ...
... Every other bus under the sun, and all of its cousins, stopped where we were waiting. We gave up taking the cheaper option and hailed a taxi.
We assumed the reason for the bus delay was 1. They all arrived at the same time and 2. The traffic was so bad in town that they were probably stuck somewhere. It took our taxi driver over half an hour to take us to the shopping centre. We jumped out 2 streets down from where it was and walked ...
... force. We had seen people the day before fall victim to this becoming surrounded by people flooding them in water. We had obviously forgotten this piece of info and our relaxing journey home became a water war! And with no weapon to retaliate we were soaked with buckets of water thrown at us as we drove past. After getting another complementary drenching from our hostel host (we have nicknamed gonzo) we dried off a bit ...