TripAdvisor Reviews Kings Hotel Prachin Buri
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... to run the boarder I pointed out that being in a queue 20 minutes early was FORBIDDEN so running the boarder was definitely going to end in imprisonment in Vietnam of course this would mean entry on time but to the wrong location ie jail. So the easy decision was we would skip the bit to Chau Doc and the pre arranged hotel have an extra night in phom phen and get the bus direct to Ho Chii Minh easy and with a chance to fire machine guns and rocket launchers, just an idea! ...
... established that he was just trying to help us out. We offered to pay him for the ride or at least to pay for his petrol but he politely declined and once he'd gotten us to Pak Chong he stopped at a garage to fill his tank with gas and bought all of us cool drinks, he wouldn't accept reimbursement for this.
We ended up going to Bangkok in a private taxi that he organised for us, the owner of the company gave him 20% of what we paid her as a commission for bringing us to ...
What follows is an extract of a sort of diary of my experience:
unearths all kind of memories.
where they are shut and you try to drag them back. Prevent them from developing
further. You try to prevent them from being born. But it is impossible.
you like the devil.
not realise when
you change thoughts.
get flashes of events ...
... bigger than the Forbidden Palace. I kid you not, there are stadiums that can hold up to 1 million meditators!! They are even constructing an animation/production building just to produce Buddhism related education films. The vision behind this temple was from the late nun Kuhn Yay (the gifted disciple of the Great Abbot of Wat Paknam). The focus was not building elaborate traditional temples, but rather economic and simple structures that ...
... we spent 2 days in this small village near the park taking turns on touring and relaxing. We left the Lopburi Inn Hotel at 6am in order to get to our next hotel in time for the first group’s tour. It’s called the something Garden Lodge (no Thai name on the sign) and clearly caters to English tourists, but I don’t mind so much—the grounds were beautiful and filled with flowers, plants, and fruit trees, the rooms were spacious and each had their own outdoor ...