Phu Jaya Mini Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... balance and the police said there was nothing they could do. We went with one guy on a tuk tuk to see a few of the sights around Bangkok, and before we got on he agreed that it would cost 20 baht each and no shopping. Little did we know that instead of shopping he would drop us to every tourist information place to try and book transport and excursions. After about 4hrs with him we had had enough and asked him to take us back. We paid him the agreed price ...
... time and the elephant waded through the river. We made it back and disembarked and out guide was there to whisk us off to the bamboo raft. We were leaving the training center and my only interaction with an elephant was having my shoe on his back. I am just realizing now how bummed I was about that.
It was lunch time when we boarded the raft and with my group that is always a bad thing. We had an hour ride, or maybe it was also an hour and a half ride, until ...
After a day of sightseeing (Golden Mount, the giant swing, and the weekend market) with a Spanish pilot, I took the night train up to Chiang Mai. This train could not have been more different from the Indian sleeper cars: they were filled with families and other western backpackers, had individual curtains ...
... going on, but we had found an equilibrium, I guess. They had accepted me as the quiet person, and I was comfortable that I didn't have really take part in all their conversations to be part of the group. So, before we got to the temple, we were also stopping at a hill tribe village. It was basically a village on a hill side, and the main street was full of shops for the tourists. Everyone got off, and I guess most of these people were interested in shopping. I ...
... houses and didn't think to wonder what they were. They are shelters for people to rest, or picnic. There were 2 benches with a table in between. The Singapore guys were not the greatest conversationalists, but with Win and Sak, we were a congenial crowd. The toilets were way in the back, past a big open air dining hall. As I shut the door of the stall, I saw a big guy in a policeman's uniform coming at me. I made sure the door locked. On the way back, a group of ...