- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Security and passport control through Bangkok airport was a nightmare and it took us nearly 2 hours.Our flight to Siem Reap on K6 airlines was only 50 mins on a small Turbo prop However we arrived to a sunny 35 degrees in Siem Reap. Siem Reap airport is undergoing a major expansion project so it looked like a building site.We had to fill out loads of forms and pay $30 each to get into Cambodia.Our Audley guide was there to meet ...
... I like sitting outside under the shady trees in the garden behind the shop where they sell Chiangmai's famous celadon pottery. I wandered on seeking out other familiar places to revisit, and conscious that I needed to cross the river at some time to get home. I followed the river, but unfortunately in the completely wrong direction , and only realised as dusk began to fall. Daylight to dusk happens very suddenly and as street lighting is fairly minimal on my side of the river, I ...
... 8230; have all been great. It has helped that the street food is so cheap (often less than $1) so we’ve been much more willing to experiment knowing that if we didn’t like something we could simply throw it away. However, there is very little food safety control, dishes are washed on the street beside the cooking carts, and there is limited food refrigeration. There are really poor sanitation services with trash piles all over, you need to carry your ...
... I now had a pair of Havaianas from Brazil.
We had lunch from the boat people. Unfortunately after lunch we saw a lady in a boat washing the dishes in the brown disgusting river. Hmmm. I had seafood Pad Thai for lunch which I realized later that is the most popular foreigner food in Thailand. I also tried Mochi Ice cream. Mochi is a pounded rice food. I think it is Japanese. Very yummy.
Here while touring about 4 temples using a boat taxi we saw ...
... un - edible and you really are not sure what is on offer here...). Even though this was a slightly uncomfortable experience due to the Thai locals looking and laughing, it was refreshing and different and enforced my need for cultural variety. Afterwards, I headed back to the hotel, anticipating the troublesome twosome's arrival. I can't express how excited I was to see them waiting outside the hotel. Both Megan and I ran towards each other and hugged like there was no tomorrow! ...