King Park Avenue Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... on the long boat we have to ourselves taking in the world. The boat we are in are a Lao families boat house so we remove our shoes as we enter & respect their home. We take in all the beauty along the way. Laos is very beautiful. We reach Pakbeng & the locals come down to the riverside, kids also. We leave our rucksacks on the boat tonight where the family look after & we take only day packs ...
... place but like Japan until,the 1950's on a very limited scale. China is a vast local power but seems to have few lasting alliances. Who are China's friends? Not any of its neighbours that I can think of, (Putin is making a bid at the moment but the previous bear hug in the 1959's did not last). I have left, after such a brief visit, not really very much clearer but of all the countries in the world China's future I would say is one of the most ...
... the hotel the entire day, this means another lazy day! And as if Murphy is on retirement here... this afternoon the wind came up and a kitesurfer tested a few times if the wind was good... Grrr... Eens op de luchthaven merken we dat onze vlucht niet op de schermpjes staat. Een beetje eigenaardig maar goed we zitten nog steeds in Thailand dus niks om ons druk in te maken. Eens ingecheckt wordt duidelijk dat zowat alle vluchten vertraging hebben. Gaande van een uur tot vier ...
Luckily when we arrived our rooms were ready so we could get in and sleep. Sophie and I led by the pool with some other girls in our group for a bit before heading to mbk for some shopping. We spent hours here the stuff is incredible and the shopping mall is so so big. Their fake bags are really good so I'll definitely have to bring some home. We had to rush to get back and get ready before all meeting and heading to a Mexican for our ...
... as a macro photographer, and given that fish et al. flee at the sight of a camera cautiously or suddenly appearing at the window, depending on my tactic on each attempt. Disaster struck when my camera died just before I got to the sharks (I'm sorry Eva! I have dishonoured you) so I didn't get any photos of what I was really paying for. Instead I meandered through the tank tunnel as the sharks swam above my head, wondering how they got them down there. ...