ibis Bangkok Nana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Does the job, but beware its in a crowded seedy area
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... The Thai Elephant --Symbol of Nation Elephants have been revered in Thailand for many centuries. Famous as the strongest beasts of burden, in Thailand they were important in battle, with kings mounted on Elephants fighting the Burmese to defend Thailand on many occasions. They have also been noted for their intelligence, memory and pleasant nature. A Thai ...
... very high throne and no one is allowed to take his picture (sorry).
He now resides in a fantastically decorated boht or chapel.
He has a long history with the Thai people.
At some point he had been covered in some sort of clay to camouflage him. A man had him for years then one day noticed parts of him breaking away. Underneath was the Emerald Buddha ( He is actually Jade) . Anyway. When a King ...
Spending my last few days in Rishikesh was super nice and super chilled. Spent a lot of time doing yoga, walking to waterfalls and doing crazy meditation. The yoga is so good, I found a really cheap place and there was only a maximum of 5 people there a lesson so it was so the teacher would could round and push you into the right position or as close as my un-flexible body would let me. But after over a week or so of doing yoga I could actually almost touch my toes! ...
... shopping, getting a massage, and people watching of various sorts. This sounded like a grand plan until one considers that most of the diversions sit on the other side of security. So, limited in my choices, I set up in a Asian restaurant called Mr Lee's for a little dim sum at a little past midnight for a long dinning of shrimp shu mai and bbq pork buns. Since one can really only sit there for so long, despite ...
LOVING Thailand!!! From the minute we stepped off the plane we knew we were in for a real treat! Found a really nice guesthouse called The Wild Orchid Villa, which is a couple of streets away the from the hustle and bustle of Khao San Rd. We've swapped our winter jumpers for vests, flip flops and air con! We've been ...