Dusit Princess Srinakarin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... exits and entrances. There is a new 2 storey high walkway with lush planting and hip hop music playing to get you from the station into the mall. To say we are disorientated is an understatement. Within Emporium they have reorganized on a huge scale - surely they wouldn't move escalators and lifts??? But they have. We struggle to find the way to the lower basement and the key cutter but feel a great sense of achievement when we do. Safely stowing the new keys ...
... this reason we had no option but to stay an extra night in Bondiphur where there was little to do after the initial stroll around the village. Instead I sat by Anna's bedisde day and night refusing to leave
her to sickness and despair. I made a pledge to her that I would refuse to enjoy myself until she was better and bowed to her every demand.
Anna "when Ill", comes very close to Anna "when tired" in terms of irritation for she ...
... before we wandered to the 7/11 for some sustenance for Ashlee and then back to our room to pack all our belongings and gifts into our bags, careful to double check flight times and having passports handy. We ordered a taxi for 2.30pm and headed for the airport- I wasn't worried but it took 20 minutes to drive 3 km and this was not peak traffic. However we had plenty of time and could use the last of ...
... when I arrive, so when I finally get through customs and figure out the free visa on arrival for Canadians thing, I find her and she's got my bags on a cart and were prepped to find a cab and make our way to Rambutrie village. I think most people are familiar with Koh San road (if not, I'll explain more later..). Well, Rambutrie is sort of a tamer version of Koh San. There are bars and restaurants lining the street as well as guest houses, vendor stalls and street food ...
... food (sometimes with a sore stomach due to too much chili), and we completely over-ate the all you can eat sushi at MBK. The live music on rambuttri road was really good (way better than the khao San road options) The last day we ended up with a taxi driver to the airport from Laos that was extremely funny and nice. Making us to really look forward to our next destination.