SmokeTree Resort & Bungalows
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the day to remove our shoes, hats, and cover arms. We then looked for a way to get to Wat Po. Our tuk tuk driver cunningly said he had to get gas, and would we mind just taking a look at what appeared to be a custom overnight tailor shop. We did this quickly, and he then took us to the river where we took a private launch past luxury hotels and residences. Here we viewed the Reclining Buddah and continued around the compound of Buddahs, spires, and and Thai buildings ...
... in the USA, apart from one or two exceptions.
It was very hot and we didn't have time to go back out and see the Heard Museum, which was a shame as I would have liked to see that; so it was an hour or two to have a picnic lunch and chill before heading off to see the Rock 'n Roll car show at a local MacDonalds.
There were some real characters there, and as always at these ...
... s air conditioned boy-racer BMW M5. Then, in the evening we set off to downtown Phoenix to watch the Diamondbacks take on the LA Dodgers. Alec was entranced by the whole spectacle, Will enjoyed the junk food (we all did, really), and Ben struggled manfully to stay awake. Suzanna claimed that the DBacks were usually better than ...
... guessed it....that's the one we bought. It needed a full inspection, cleaning, and general maintenance - all had to be done in 1 week. It normally takes them 2 weeks or more to complete, but with a check in hand they were willing to make our selection a priority. And they did!
Now, keep in mind finding a place to park something like this is not the easiest thing to do, especially when the homeowners association of the home we were renting does ...
... and stalagmites in amazing formations. A pretty cool place. We did a self guided tour around the "big room" that took about an hour. After that we drove on for a bit, through New Mexico, back into Texas for a bit, then back in NM, before arriving at White Sands National Monument, where we did some walking around the beautiful sand dunes, and then a few of us did some sledding down them - heaps of fun! After a late-ish dinner we had a bit of ...