Richmond - The Stylish Convention Hotel
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... etc etc, on the contrast I'm so excited to come home, I feel VERY ready to get back to work and into a routine, I feel so happy and content with the travelling I have done, I have been so fortunate to have worked and lived and travelled in as many countries that I have. There's MANY places that are still on my list, but I will do them, all in due course, first I need to get some money behind me!!! Because of my "down day" Sam and I treated ourselves to a ...
Whilst sorting out my OZ taxes I bumped into Johno from Whitsundays again, had a little catch up and shared some stories before I headed off. We had decided on getting a sleeper train to Chiang Mai so we grabbed a cab to the station, unfortunately all trains were fully booked so we voted on getting an overnight bus. This wasn't until 8pm so we got a cab to the river where you can do a small boat cruise. The cab was ...
... cities. The photos from the day fail to capture the scale of these temple grounds, but all I can say is they are huge and still so beautiful. We couldn't leave Bangkok without doing two more things. Thai boxing and trying the Chinatown classic meal of Birds Nest Soup. So we did them both, or at least I did one of them. The Thai boxing was pretty cool, but also intensely brutal. I don't like regular boxing back home and this kicks it up a notch, quite literally. As far as I could ...
... became difficult with so many other distractions. We decided to take our lives into our own hands to get there and ventured to the main road where it didn't take long to get a tuk tuk.
We trawled through the many stalls, purchasing a bag and then headed to Baskin Robins for a refreshing strawberry smoothie (the inner American in me coming out).
We took another tuk tuk back to the hostel and then booked our excursions for the next 2 days - off to the floating ...
... see the island. It was paradise. The main area of phi phi is on a spit of said about 200m wide nestled between two jungle island cliffs. Sunning! We met the guys in our hostel and hit the town with them. Our first stop was a place called reggae bar. A place for tourists to drink for a bit and then kick the living daylights out of each other using the local fighting style, 'Muay Thai'. We stopped there for a bit ...