Putahracsa Hua Hin
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Kuala Lumpur After having our martini's pre-flight we went back to the room to pack, lured in by prime time facetiming we never made it to bed and we had to leave to catch our flight at 5am, we went off in a scurry to make it to the airport. I treated myself to a bath, stole all the toiletries but accidentally left my tooth brush there, not much of a trade for them. Nikita got swindled by the taxi man, she thought she had given him a 10 but it was a 100 and he had then earnt all ...
On leaving Kanchanaburi I visited the War Cemetery which sadly is a vast affair which stretches out in memorial to the many POW victims who died on the Burma Railway. There are around 7000 victims buried here who are mainly Australian, British and Dutch, two of the graves alone hold the ashes of 300 men who were cremated, and a plaque details 11 Indian men. Next to the cemetery seems to be a Chinese cemetery and there are many more of these on the way ...
... face is covered in plants, trees and bushes. You could not scale it, the foliage is too dense. So we're standing around for about 10 minutes whistling and calling the monkeys!?! Then from the side of the island, 8 monkeys make their way towards us across the beach and rocks, just strolling along. They are not shy,smallish in size and take the bananas right out of our hands. Very friendly little things but the troop is about 40 strong apparently. I'm ...
... day of the week that you
were born represents your buddha. It is similar to horoscopes and the
Buddhists believe that the different days (and poses) represents your
personality. We also randomly picked our lucky number by shaking a
can with a bunch of labeled sticks in it. The first to fall out was
your lucky number and had a corresponding fortune. Mine was pretty
normal, except it said that I was going to marry a rich ...
... indeed head to the town and we found a hotel pretty quickly. You could get a place in a nice guesthouse for only £4 but we spent a bit more for a room with wifi and other little luxuries we fancied but for only £10 between us it was still a bargain.
Dinner was a bowl of Pad Thai for me and Marcin had everything else. The food was good, it seems to get better as you travel further away from Bangkok. In Pattaya they cater too much for the tourists ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet