Airport Travelair Motor Inn
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... zones, 8 different currencies, 16 flights (including 2 A380's - buzz!), 13 train journeys, 26 bus journeys, 7 boats, 2 campervans, 3 cars, 50 different accommodations, 54 different new beers, countless games of pool, a growth of 1 dodgy beard and bucket list items ticked including; Great Wall of China, Halong Bay, Angkor Watt, Teaching English to Laos children, riding and bathing elephants, Tubing, Attending a Thai cooking school, Riding tuk tuks, Learning to be a ...
... is closed! I'm tired and sweaty. I sit on the ground outside for 10 minutes or so and the owner arrives; no apology. Its a strange little place, not sure why I booked something so far from the centre. It's all good though as I've arranged to meet Emily from the Kiwi bus! :-) The walk in to the centre is actually not that far without my ...
We set out early Thursday morning on our New Zealand road trip with Kirk singing "we're off to see the hobbits". Yes we were headed to one of the movie sets where the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies were filmed. After eating cronuts and driving for a few hours we finally reached "Hobbiton". Although I am not a fan of the movies, I ...
... 3 quick goals, gained the lead with the next score, regained their confidence and led for the rest of the match. The physicality of the match resulted in some battered and bruised players however their determination and superior skills more than made up for their lack of kilograms! The score was 46-30. The boys had an even closer score line that was just as physical and narrowly held on to win by 2 points. ...
... driver. Not sure wether it was a scam or not we got on and for 150 baht he took us to our hostel. As recommended by Carl, we had a hostel on Kho San road, the place to be for the backpacker. By the time we got there it was dark and the street was buzzing! We dropped our bags and headed out to see what all the fuss was about. It was unlike any place I had ever been before. It was basically one street lined with clubs and restaurants amongst shops, then ...