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... in this impressive city. We took the peak tram up to the summit, visited the tea museum where we sampled probably the most expensive tea in the world, saw the view from the Bank of China building, saw lots of temples and all the preparations for the Chinese New Year, took a cable car to the Big Buddha and went to the seaside. Plus got to eat some Chinese food, yummy!! Our final 8weeks and our overland adventure in south-east Asia. Firstly we went to Vietnam. We weren't really ...
... the protest and how this government have disenchanted the farmers. Thailand grows and exports millions of tons of rice, they are the world leader. They grow different quality grains and these would sell for different amounts - the better the quality, the better the price. Now the government have stopped this and pay a flat rate so there is no benefit in making any effort to produce a better quality grain. He says ...
... if to clear away some bird poo.
I mutter umm, err, sorry sounding bizzarely like Hugh Grant and she says again, `You lolly, you lolly ?' I continue the impersonation as I approach her and she smiles and disappears closing
the door after her. I assume she doesn't like Hugh Grant but decide to try it out on Jane who is still in bed. I peer round the door saying `You lolly, you lolly' but she is unimpressed. Perhaps ...
... was some random lady blow drying her hair in the lady's room but zac had some guy getting naked in his while the maid was cleaning. We decided to hit the ground running and try to see most of the sites here in Bangkok today. We ended up getting stuck in terrible traffic due to the protestors. Well, that's what e cabbie said but I think traffic here is just bad all the time. The cars decide that instead of the two painted lanes they make five to get there faster. ...
... for the first time Thai traffic. It was mental. ************e used indicators and they all try to squeeze through gaps in the traffic to get to the front. It was absolutely crazy. We first went to a random really small temple with a lot of old ornaments in, it was interesting. We then asked him to go to the tourist centre to start booking our way up to Chang Mai. We eventually managed to negotiate a sleeper train to Chang Mai on Monday night followed by a day in Chang Mai on Tuesday, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool