City Sriracha Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
... so i went up and spoke to them. Turns out one lives in aberdeen but they are both from Stirling. It had been a couple of days since i had shisha, i felt like it would be a good thing to take the pace down a gear and go for some since there is alot of it around here. We went to a place called gazebo that was on a rooftop bar, the shisha was terrible, but not as bad as moldova. We didnt stick around there long and went back to koh san road but first we had a look inside this places club, ...
... no good for staying the night.
We thought we had the perfect place, on the beach, under the palm trees, delicious sea breezes blowing throughout the 'house', glorious sunset and entertainment all around, further up in Chon Buri.
Jet skis pulling banana boats and sea biscuits, swimmers, fisher men with nets, deck chairs available for purchase, showers and toilets close by, an address and ...
... road, overlooking cliffs and chilling us as we made our way along the single lane dirt track. Gasps and laughter intermingled along the route. We were glad to hit pavement at our lunch destination. It was here we said our goodbyes to our porters, even though they'd join us on the bus all the way to Pokhara, we would drop them off on the fly. Not enough can be said about how hard these men work, how dedicated they were to our comfort and success or how pleasant they ...
... Square and Kathmandu's Durbar Square (Freak Street) with its temples, unique ancient arts, architecture, museums and Kimari (Living Goddess). The architecture was predominantly from the 14 th century. This square was the heart of the art and finance for the valley. It was packed with college students all in suits of different colours, representing their school.
At the heart of the square, was a public water supply, from which ...
... which boastss the world largest book. During the reign of King Mindon, Mandalay was the site of the 5th Buddhist Conference, so he decided to have 729 Kyauksa gu or stone-inscribed caves built, each contains a page of text inscribed on both side of a marble slab. These contain the entire text of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism, called the Tipitaka. There are only 12 monks (all of whom are from Myanmar) able to recite the entire canon by heart and it take approximately 6 ...