Krathom Khaolak Resort
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... we were soon pushing up 10 to 15 percenters for 32km!!! Thank goodness for granny gears. Lunch was taken at a cafeteria at the top and then the good bit; downhill for 14km. We were robbed we went up for 32 and down for only 13km. However our hotel for the night was 280km away so it was on the bus four about 4 hours to complete the days outing. That resulted in a late dinner after 9pm and even later into bed. Slept nicely though. A tough day by anyone's ...
... at a Riverview restaurant. Veggies, fish, shrimp and rice, plus Singha beer that always accompanies us. Tonight we are staying at Ayuttaya waiting for the other car to arrive from Bangkok where they are picking up a friend that arrives from Jakarta to join us for a few days. We stay in a nice resort with a small pond in front of the room. I am washing by hand my cloth. This is a good opportunity to let the sun make everything dry fast. We promise to wake up early to be on time for ...
It's Buddha Purnima the most sacred day in the Buddhist calendar and the most important festival of the year for Buddhists. For Chris and Rita it meant a nerve wracking meeting at the Jirasartwithaya private school with the parents of privileged kids before tomorrow's first day of the school year. Although Buddhists regard every full moon as sacred, the moon of the month of Vaisakh has special significance because on this day the Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, ...
Got up in good time as we didn't need to get to the Bangkok Bus Station at Chatuchak until midday. So, we checked out and bid farewell to Leeds United and headed round the corner to a lovely bakery where we had a decent breakfast of good coffee and pastries (there were about 30 different types we could have chosen!) We then caught the number 3 public bus to the station where the driver kindly let us know where to get off. There were a lot of buses ...
... I went with them. I discovered that the four who had arrived in a group were second year students from Nottingham University. They were doing an honours degree course in “Childhood Studies” and were here to teach on a placement which formed part of their course. They seemed very young, and I wasn’t impressed when they turned up for the walk into town clutching half consumed bottles of beer, but they were friendly and I imagined would be ...