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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there’s something not quite right about making your way up by bus or car. Little did I know that this would be a walk in the park in terms of train rides compared to the ones I was about to endure, I mean enjoy, in Myanmar.
Four hours later and I was in Kanchanaburi, or as the locals call it - Kanburi. This was one stop on the trip I was really looking forward to. Firstly, it was my first time to Kanchanburi. Secondly, and more importantly, it was where ...
... adventure to explore the immediate area. We headed back after an hour and had some lunch in our hostels restaurant area; pizza is far from Thai food, but we were too tired to care.
1pm came and we checked into our windowless room, it had aircon though and with the way we were feeling at that point, that’s all that mattered. This was the turning point in our accommodation selection – if it didn’t have an aircon, it wasn’t getting our business, ...
... Nadia showed us a medicine garden which had various herbs for ailments and also statues of yoga positions to assist with different aches and pains. Many of these statues have been stolen as when people came to be treated they couldn't remember the position so they took the statue home with them. Nadia had a discussion with one of the monks and she told us later that she had asked him if it was true that to reach Nirvana she would have to be reborn as ...
... good from the top, we were above all surrounding buildings (the Bangkok State tower is the third highest building in Bangkok and the Sirocco largest all-open-air restaurant in the world).
We took a few pics but only saw the even more impressive side of the building when we walked around a bit and found the large open air terrace that is facing downtown Bangkok (and the moon).
It was not a cheap ending to an expensive day but well worth ...
... when four people stood and watch me and holly pack back up and do the walk of shame ha ha. We then found our correct seats and got comfy :) we both had top bunks, we played some card games, read our book and slept lovely the sleep train really was a lovely experiance I seriously enjoyed it, even with the hour delay. So after about 15 hours of travel we finally arrived in Chiang mai ...