Bella Villa Prima Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 1072;до запол 85;ить справ 82;у о том, кто мама и папа, по закон 72;м Таила 85;да в свид. О рожде 85;ии ...
... meal. We headed back out again and walled around for a couple hours, for some reason we ended up going past the ladyboy bars at least 4 times (not me leading I may add!) Best way to avoid them is as follows:- 1. avoid eye contact 2. hold your arms close in, and 3. cover your nuts. Eventually we sat down to eat at about 2.30am and got back to the hotel around 3.30am, time for bed (used my sleeping bag liner and mozzy repellent and lit an incense stick in the hope of avoiding more ...
We began our last full day in Bangkok by visiting Bangkok art and culture centre. The white, space-like looking building was filled with modern Thai graffiti art, different food stalls ranging from authentic Thai noodles to contemporary ice cream parlours, handmade jewellery and sit in mini libraries. After, we took the train to Nana, just one of the many red light districts ...
... set up but we were too late and he had already left.We felt really bad!! However the night was really good had a lovely curry and played a quiz all to raise money for a teacher called Adam who had been assaulted and left for dead in Thailand!! The raised a lot of money to help him fly home so felt good to be part of that. We then headed to their condo, on the way the rain was crazy never seen rain like it was past the curb. when we arrived we went to bed ...
... afternoon was spent at a garden resort, with the prime attraction being the elephant show, which featured elephants playing football, bowling, dancing and painting. All very entertaining but again no doubt cruel. Perhaps it is one's duty to shun such things if you disagree with them, but I fear one abstension from a UK tourist would be futile in the context of an arena crammed with Koreans and Russians. All it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing...