Palm Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... village stay and also got all my gifts out
and organized them to see what all that I have bought. I think I have enough
stuff but everything is so cheap I want to keep getting stuff, if there is
anything that anyone wants let me know!!
In the end today was a very educational day about Thailand
but I am glad to be back at school and if it were only soon time to go back to
Keep warm everyone,
... with a pink tea made from roselle tea leaves. After nourishing our bodies with the medicinal properties of the roselle tea, we were escorted outside to start our 3 hours of bliss. The first 30 minutes would be about preparing your body for the treatments ahead, sauna for me and steam for dad. The sauna was set to the perfect temperature; one you could linger in for 30 minutes. Once inside there was a washcloth soaked in ice water, as well as a pitcher of water accompanied by fresh ...
... condensed milk YUM!! and then went to watch the clocktower light show.
The clock tower was built by the same artist as the white temple and does a light show 3 times a night. We bought a coffee and sat down with what we thought was a ringside seat but minutes before it started the mini buses turned up and the touring hordes arrived. I still got a good view even with the crowds, the interesting thing are the western tourist are certainly out ...
... is not in the city centre, we had to get to hotel that was in order to be picked up. We grabbed a cab and made our way to the hotel, well close to it. I would say the majority of taxi drivers have very little idea where we ever want to go. Well, unless it is a major attraction or transportation hub, even with names and addresses, often written in Thai, it can invovle stopping to ask several people or several phone calls. We made it very close and hopped out ...
... The man who wants wore them as well, do not any longer. We spent some time walking around and watching many of the women use looms to create scarves or blankets. They also sold other jewelry and wares that they make within the village. It all felt very staged and I had a strange feeling about being there watching people literally on display. Although, it was interesting and the women and children were beautiful. Our tour guide was really great and reminded us that it ...