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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Sadly my stay in Korea came to an end on Monday morning. Diane had to go back to work, and I had to start on the next leg of my adventure. Diane was an absolute amazing hostess, and set a incredible tone for the rest of the trip. She was even able to provide me with some good advice as I work my way across Southeast Thailand (e.g. Phuket is overrated, go diving in Ko Tao, don't pay more than than $50 for a prostitute in Chang Mai, etc.) I got myself to the ...
As we drove from the airport to our apartment building, Bangkok struck Sam and me as a mirror of Houston: hot, humid, sultry with vegetation, overbuilt, with concrete highways everywhere. Once we exited the freeway, the similarities abruptly ended. In the streets of downtown Bangkok, the city resembled a far more third world environment: vendor stalls set up on most every sidewalk, food being cooked and sold outdoors, tuk-tuks (3-wheeled motorcycles with a sofa seat ...
From there we drove straight to the wedding, where we had to quickly get changed in the toilet. This was especially glamorous knowing we were doing it in a 5* Hotel. The wedding itself was very posh. It was a cocktail party so you could walk around the room and pick which food you wanted to eat. There was an Italian section, a Japanese section, a Chinese section etc etc. In the centre of the room was the massive cake with an ice sculpture in front that ...
... of respect) from a songtow full of students. Anywho, enough of my gushing. I haven't taken many pictures yet because, honestly, I've been too busy enjoying myself to document anything but here's a few snapshots. <a href="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-ELe87VA Y6-E/VFKSbrgwH5I/AAAAAAAAAas/y3oQ6l82sM s/s1600/DSCN0455.JPG" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img border="0" height="300" src="https://images-blogger-opensocial. googleusercontent.com/gadgets/proxy?url ...
... ride around Ayutthaya, in that there were lots of rickety corrugated tin houses along with much nicer ones. The people living in the decrepit houses are poor and the canal properties would have been in their families for generations. The canals are quite narrow and sometimes it seemed we were practically in people's living rooms as we zoomed along. At one point we stopped and bought loaves of bread from monks, to feed to these enormous catfish. This is seen as good ...