Sitara Place Serviced Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... seen any yet! It was nice though! Had lunch across the road at the Cosy House Restaurant veg & rice - what else! Another ramble down to the democracy monument which is very impressive Have to keep coming back to the hotel to cool off as getting a bit hot now! Evening meal was down by the river - met all the rest of the group. Meal was fine, if a bit ...
... s no coincidence that so many people turn to alcohol when the chips are down. It really isn't a wonder that recreational drugs are common amongst people my age - escape is everything. But alcohol and drugs are not, for me at least, a proactive approach to tackling the world, but then neither is sitting around moping, which is pretty much what I have been doing when I can't overcome my creative block. How do you ignore reality without substances? You have to ignore ...
... indicated that there was no trampoline clubs in Bangkok or Thailand that they were aware of. So imagine my surprise when I read this post. Obviously, I immediately contacted Kirsten and ended up chatting with her on the phone. Her daughter will be attending a gymnastics facility about 30 minutes from here where there is a trampoline coach looking to get a program up and running. Right now the coach has some younger kids who are just beginning so she ...
... organ -- capable of very delicate manipulations. I saw an elephant with an itchy leg pull down the branch of a tree to scratch itself. This did not quite do the trick, so it put one end of the branch in its mouth and chewed it a little, then tried again, with better results. This was a clear example of tool making and using -- which used to be a definition ...
... he's the one leading the heroes to safety. LOL On the Cambodian side we were met by another driver and then travelled, with him and Sophoan, for two more hours to get to Angkor Wat. It was a lot of driving, but an amazing destination! We spent the day visiting a (seemingly endless) number of temples and palaces, all originating in the 10th and 11th centuries. Sophoan was great - very knowledgeable ...