- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... same I guess. Next stop on the way to Chiang Rai was the White Temple. Although I am completely templed out, I keep going back for more. This one however was SO worth it. It was contemporary, gorgeous, tragic, sinister and absolutely breathtaking. On to the Golden Triangle, famous for opium and where Thailand, Myanmar and Laos come together, divided only by the Mekong and one of her tributaries. Laos and Thailand have struck up some sort of a deal to make the most of the ...
... current monarch lives in another complex not far away. In order to boost tourist numbers the Thai authorities had granted free admission to all Chinese for the month of Oct. Soooooo 45,000 screaming Chinese (they don't seem to have a volume knob) was a bit of a headache maker. But the temples and palace were impressive, albeit glitzy. Cameras were banned in all of the inside areas, so photos were all of the outside of the ...
... have been homeless, just sitting on bits of cardboard at the roadside, with piles of rubbish around them, bit intimidating. Go the top and took a couple of photos of the view, see pics. Hurried back to the hotel as I wanted to make the checkout deadline of 12.00, had a quick shower as I was sweating buckets with the walking uphill and then headed back out with my full pack to find the new hostel. Had to take a few breaks on the way, and bought some crispy pork ...
... company again haha! we had our own table, but Mel wasn't having a good time so she went home then it was just me and the boys.We then carried on to a place called Lima Lima had a Mcdonalds on the way home and stayed at Pauls, there were 5 people in the one bed haha and me and Graeme on a single funny night!! This was the night we also tried deep fried frog!! oh dear not so tasty!
We got up early the next day and went for lunch at stone oven was ...
... decent pairs of shorts for less than two pounds, before we de-camped back to base. I bravely, and perhaps foolishly, decided to make my debut on the next door neighbour's treadmill in the afternoon. Despite cranking the fan up to full blast, after 25 minutes of steady running I had lost around a stone in sweat and felt in danger of collapsing off the machine. I was still sweating profusely an hour after stopping my exercise and was slightly embarassed as I ...