Royal Ivory Bangkok
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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So let's take you back now. Rewind about a month and were at the 1st of December... I say goodbye to Lindsay and I'm left waiting in the Negombo airport for another hour on my own at 1am... Basically because I goofed and neglected to book the flight Lindsay was on in time and had to take a plane which left one hour later. Typical Heather move! …
... to get in a boat. This is the dry season so the lake is way down. We had to drive further than even a few weeks ago. We got on a tour boat and headed out. There are several floating villages on the lake that move as the lake goes down. They have everything they need. There is a floating church and a floating school and a floating store. People had floating gardens. It really was amazing! ...
... B. I'd found an ad for a list of parks in Bangkok and parks are places I really like to visit while travelling as you can spend hours on end just sitting, reading and taking it all in. We decided on Lumphini Park, perhaps Bangkok's most well known and referred to as Bangkok's Central Park. Unfortunately we had no idea where it was so took a taxi instead and realised it was actually really close. From the moment I stepped through the gates, I felt a sense of peace ...
... a cold coming on. Part of me wanted to throw her into isolation lest I caught the illness myself but heroically I decided to try and nurse her back to full health.
We left Pokhara the following morning and made for a small town high up in the hills and half way to Kathmandu named Bondiphur. Rumours spoke of an authentic local town from many ages gone which had refused tourism and continued to remain loyal to its traditions. ...
... she did it through so that sounds like it would be really fun to do. Sapa is north of Hanoi so it's definitely in the right area.
I think my plans around Laos are changing too. I've sort of intended to go to Luang Prabang to see some neat waterfalls they have near there and add Laos to my country list. I wasn't really intending to fly there, although that was an option, but then I talked to the girl from last night. She said it was a ...