Asia Airport Hotel
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What a beautiful hotel!
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... chick ( baby feathered animal, not fit girl) out of the river whilst waiting for the boat. We just had a very nice Thai meal at a restaurant called Ranee's which was voted number one place to eat in Koh San on trip advisor. It's a shame that we are now sat crammed onto a "VIP" coach for the next 8 hours with two inconsiderate yank rednecks reclined so far back in their chairs that we can't move our legs. But every cloud has a silver lining and in the morning we will be in Chiang Mai! ...
... in there tried selling us everything he could possible think of in the 30 seconds we were in there. We politely told him our driver hadn't taken us where we wanted and we didn't want any suits, we left pretty quickly. Luckily the same tuk tuk driver was still outside and seemed shocked that we had left the shop so soon. We explained this wasn't what we wanted and he then said he would take us to the market. We worked out after that the tuk tuk driver was ...
... 1:00am local time. By the time he bags came up it was almost 2:00, but thankfully my bag was with them! But of course I couldn't have a perfect run. I'd arranged for the tour company to have someone pick me up, or at least that was the plan. Normally I just figure my own way, but I thought that this time, at 1:00 in the morning, I'd really like to see someone with a signs with my name on it. But sadly, there was no sign for me. I found a very friendly driver who spoke ...
... and set up our new hotel room, we decided to go the
Grand Palace. One of the most important temples in Thailand because it
belongs to the royal family and it houses the Emerald (actually Jade) Buddha. We asked the doorman to call a metered taxi for us and while we were waiting he eagerly began asking us questions about where we were from, and why we were here, where else we were going. After chatting with him for a bit, he ...