Grand Inn Come Hotel
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... for £4. We met up with Tino from Germany in the town and went for a meal in a horrid squalid street cafe, the noodles were not too bad and the Burmese samosa were actually good, cost less than £1, can't be bad After a sleepless night in our hot and humid flea pit, we were finally ready to cross to Myanmar 11 of us in total, 3 Brits, 2 German, 4 Italian and 2 Spanish. We were met by Lin and Tun from Osugamyanmar ...
Our third day of just beaching it... The sea is as warm as a baby's bath and completely clear. Usually it gently laps against you, caressing you as you float or swim under the blue skies. Occasionally though it can be more playful and a Big Brother wave slaps you so hard in the back it knocks you off your feet. As you resurface and re-orientate his Little Sister punches you in ...
... I like sitting outside under the shady trees in the garden behind the shop where they sell Chiangmai's famous celadon pottery. I wandered on seeking out other familiar places to revisit, and conscious that I needed to cross the river at some time to get home. I followed the river, but unfortunately in the completely wrong direction , and only realised as dusk began to fall. Daylight to dusk happens very suddenly and as street lighting is fairly minimal on my side of the river, I ...
... station and insisted on buying our bus tickets! We made such a lovely friend and would like to see her again next time we come to Thailand.
Finally the email came telling us we could pick up our passports from the Indian visa office so yesterday we came back to Bangkok. I couldn't quite believe we had the visas and today we are flying to Chennai! We were actually really enjoying Thailand so we think we'll come back another time, but now let the Indian adventure begin!
... temples and buildings was nice and quite impressive but if I am honest I liked Wat Poh (for 100 Baht) better.
Back out on the street I was getting hungry and found a little kitchen with a few steel tables attached to the hallway it was sitting in. My Spicy chicken with rice was great and I got my first chance to try EST (some sort of Thai Coke).
After crossing the river and finding a different boat that would take me back ...