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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I don't arrive until lunchtime. Bother! We taxi driver wound his way through the Friday evening traffic along the super highway around the city, and I could see why he'd arrived so early to go such a relatively short distance. But once we were out of the city we began to climb up and up the winding mountain roads through thick jungly vegetation. We arrived at the restaurant, at the side of a waterfall, overlooking a lake and with the twinkling city lights far below. ...
... they are on a three year round the world; sold all their belongings and just hit the road. I'm not too sure that's for me. I think id get tired of it after a few months. I mentioned that i'd like to find a country I liked and actually live in it for a few months or a year. Work or volunteer in a field I actually love. DO something that is meaningful to me. Travelling really makes me second guess my life. It really makes me wonder "what exactly am i doing with my life? AM I ...
... We got completely lost in the colourful stalls, you can literally buy anything there! We ate mango and chocolate and nut covered frozen bananas before finally finding our way out and heading out to find our bus home. With no luck looking for a bus we jumped into a meter taxi! It cost about THB80 and when we gave him THB100 he was just over the moon and couldn't stop thanking us. This was the same as the taxi guy the night before, this really has been a ...
... haggling (even though was not a great deal) for camera accessories. We then headed back to the guesthouse to abuse their WiFi and download some tv episodes for our next train.On the walk to the train station we stopped at a great place to eat best (but spicy) Tom yum fish and meat soup.Tummies full we got on a very long (seemingly fully booked) 14hour sleeper train to Chiang Mai. ...
... first three courses which included bite-sized starters. The presentation was spectacular and we ate food served in edible flower petals. The decoration of the flat made the whole evening feel very special.
I knew that we were going to eat a lot of courses so I tried to starve myself all day. After the third bite of food and a few sips of champagne I felt very light headed and then subsequently fainted!!!! Paul caught me and laid me down ...