Miracle Suvarnabhumi Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... t for me. As I watched them being chained up to the ground. We got back & jumped straight Into the shower after 1.5 hrs in an open truck. A lot of the group including myself gave the temple visit tonight a miss as we were all knackered. We waited for everyone to get back & went out for dinner together as a group. Beam then took us to the river festival - Loy Krathong. The Festival of Lights. This was the day ...
... who actually are the gold diggers in the scene. It makes me wonder about the environment I'm going to explore. I believe it will be full of contradictions one should only weigh carefully before one could judge. Hey, but you all know me, so don't get your hopes up. We are flying EVA Air. Due to a problem with the passenger list we have large seats with extra space. A little luck. Alice was very keen on flying the Hello Kitty plane EVA Air has, but ...
We had another early start this morning for our bus journey into Thailand. Crossing the border was no problem at all and, sleep deprived, we arrived in Bangkok at our hotel at 3.30pm. Lucy and I headed to our rooms, changed into bikinis and made the most of the tanning opportunity. We spent the afternoon relaxing in the hotel, soaking up the last of the luxury accommodation ...
A childhood dream was fulfilled today as I got to ride an elephant! After purchasing a basket of bananas we went to the area to wait for our elephant. After seeing the others pass by we definitely had the biggest one of them all! We were helped onto nelly and we felt pretty high up! She was so beautiful and had the biggest ears! I think she knew we had bananas as soon as we started ...
... public were perfectly to the point.
After the guided tour we had a stroll through the garden. That is where we met Hans, a Dutch engineer, travelling by himself through the entire area. He had visited Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar/Burma over many weeks. An interesting fellow with whom we discussed various topics in the garden, until we noted our throats were running dry. We decided it was time to have a pot of beer and moved over to ...