Mercure Hotel Chonburi
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... cool! Then after having a drink at a bar where there was a Thai singer.. Singing what sounded like it may have been English songs that had gone through google translator we decided to go back to the hostel and find some friends.. We met a group of Dutch (again) and went for a drink, sharing a beer tower which was pretty cool and Amelia made good friends with Viktor as you will see in the pictures! Second morning was short after waking up at 11 but feeling super refreshed we went to ...
... visit the zoo. We started off by visiting the animal clinic that is extensive and very well equipped. Designed not just for clinical work but also for research and project work. We both really enjoyed seeing and learning about this aspect of the zoo operation.
After visiting the clinic we headed off to see the animals. We had intended to spend only a few hours visiting the ...
We fly to Hanoi today with Vietnam Airlines. The taxi to the airport only takes half an hour instead of an hour or much longer as it is Saturday and the traffic is light. The flight is fine and we arrive in Hanoi about 14.00. We are met by our guide Dinh. We are staying at the Sofitel Metropole Hotel. It is an old French Colonial hotel opened in 1901. It has been restored but still likes ...
After breakfast, we drove to domestic airport to board our plane to Pokhara along the tranquility of Manaslu Ganesh Himl and Annapurna Range. On our drive to the terminal, we were able to detect marked improvements in the aesthetics along the route. New pavement had been laid for most of the journey. Two days ago this kidney jarring trip had the taxi swerving around potholes. The side walks too seemed much improved with more painting ...
... their country. When the British arrived, they first encountered people from the predominant ethnic group "burmans" and hence referred to the country as Burma, under the military dictatorship that shut Burma off from the rest of the world, the name was changed back, as city of Rangoon went back to Yangon.
It was noted by a member of the group, that the traffic was on the right side of the road, but the cars had right hand drive. It was explained that under the ...