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So far we have had 3 nights and 3 days here and girls have adjusted well. Each day we improve our jet lag. Mornings have consistently started at 4am and evenings have progressed to no midnight play times. We have opened the awesome breakfast buffet at 6 am enjoying items such as individually peeled grapefruit slices as well as a great selection of …
... let's just say I was grateful to get out the taxi. The airport is so tiny, and such a bizarre concept. It's roughly the size of one terminal at LHR or another major international airport however they have about 4 terminals that you can walk between. Each terminal has three or four gates. When I was checking in, they didn't have a conveyer belt for the bags; all they had was a set of scales and then about three men per airline lifting it on ...
... avail of her nightly bottle and we had pre-empted the lack of proper milk with some 7-eleven UHT milk cartons. We also thought that it might be a good chance to remove the regular delight from Chlöe's nightly agenda - big mistake! After a few attempts of trying to explain to a nearly 2 year old that Thailand doesn't have milk, and some beautiful, but unsuccessful lullabies from Kerrie, we caved in. The UHT milk was opened and we all went to ...
... experiences here 7 years ago. Cindy said she'd do it if the price was right, and throws out some ridiculously low number... I really wished the vendor said yes.
Later that evening, we emerged from our little hole-in-the-wall room to find some dinner. There were the usual tourists stumbling about, mixed in with the roaming, comically dressed local women selling frog noise makers and laser lights to attract the inebriated. However, compared to days past, it ...
... the world!
Impressive, yes, without a doubt but these weren't the reasons why I was here today standing right in front of it and looking up, way up to its top floor….which by the way was a pain in the neck to do so!
I was here because the “Lebua At State Tower” located in this section of the city known as ...
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