Jasmine Resort Hotel
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... the country to lose 4% of its GDP.
That’s when the military leaders stepped in. They claim that they had to stage a coup to restore law and order to the country and prevent it from descending further into chaos. Those protests were really disrupting life and business in Thailand. This new interim military government even named themselves the National Council of Peace and Order (NCPO). Whatever you might think about ...
... consisted of real human body parts sitting in phomelderhyde. There was a whole section on cancer and heart disease with hearts and lungs displayed to show various abnormalities I assume. There was a section on murder and accidental death which was mainly graphic pictures of how people have died- gun shot wounds, explotions, burns etc and some of these had accompaniying bones. A very interesting section with English signs was on the Thai tsunami; warning signs, ...
... temple ruin site. The bikes themselves did look clunkier and less inviting than a London Borris bike, and I was originally provided one without working breaks (which I swiftly rectified), but we jumped on with the gusto of fresh faced tourists about to embark on a several mile cycling trip in 30 degree heat...
The afternoon then amazingly saw us track to plan, and after a swift reunion with the At Home Sukhothai Mosquitos we retrieved our bags and were on our way to Chiang ...
... buy tickets to get into the Palace complex, we had to wait in line to borrow clothes. We had to leave a deposit for the lovely pants for Jason and sarong for me before we could head to the ticket counter. After getting our tickets, we went to find a tour guide and discovered the price was more than we wanted to pay. Thankfully, we found other English speaking tourists who were willing to join in the cost with us and we all headed in to the Palace complex with the ...
The restaruant cart closed at 9:00 but the train journey was extended by 2 hours, leaving us cooped up with the Protestants for longer than desired. The boys kept their curtains closed the entire morning, and Ben didnt even say goodbye, leaving us with an unfriendly reminder that there are still some very horrible, close minded people in this world. Typically travellers are young, hippie-ish, free spirited people; Ben and Daniel however didnt fit that description!