BEST WESTERN Mayfair Suites
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Today we ate breakfast in the hotel and took a shuttle to the airport. All of us flew to Bangkok and took a taxi to Best Western with a taxi driver who got lost.
When we arrived at the hotel we ate lunch by the pool at 5pm then took a swim around 7pm. After the pool we all went up to our rooms for a while then went down to dinner at the …
... for a while until we had to go to our respective gates; my pesky flight is 60mins delayed, turns out there was an engineering issue; glad they have sorted it out pre-flight. (I would have landed 45 minutes before Scott and Brad had my flight been on time).
On board I paid for some extra leg room prior so Im near the main door which is good; Im next to two older ladies obviously heading to Bangkok for some nip and tuck treatment; I spied out of the ...
... design is what I'm good at. It's a little late to be starting over with finding a completely different career. Sam came back out to Pongsuan with me again today. It is sort of better when he is there - the teens react to him better, so it doesn't fill me with confidence to know that I'll be going back without him in the future. Still, I tried to lead where I could. After school Becky and I ...
... to see, all of them are a labyrinth of stone with incredibly steep towers and spires. Amazing to think they were built hundreds of years ago. There's not a whole lot I can write about the temples, other than they're incredible to be in and walk around... So I'll post pictures for you guys to see.
29th August 2015
Once again Soi took us to some temples, but ones slightly further out than Angkor Wat. All well worth seeing and very different in their ...
... of the boat system was revealing and enjoyable.
We disembarked our boat and made our way through the narrow markets that lead to the Palace, past many merchants and tuk-tuk drivers. We were certainly not alone. Although we are in the off-season for Asian tourism, thousands of others had also descended on the Palace and, once inside, the attraction of this place was easy to understand.
Started in the 1780s ...