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Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
... got back on the bus and arrived at Bogyoke Aung San Market - Scott Market. Our last opportunity for retail therapy! Kyaw took us to a CD shop and he was able to explain what I wanted for our DVD. They played several selections for us. We bought 2 CDs for $2 each! As we were getting ready to leave the market a band started playing and loads of monks started walking in. They went to another area, they were collecting donations, and we waited for them to pass our ...
... br> Some of these goals are very difficult to conquer or why else would we call
them goals? Am I right? Either way I have been trying my hardest and it’s
really paying off. I can finally speak to Thai people, which make me a happier
individual. I finally have the skill set to make plenty of friends around the
country. I can now get around in every situation by only using Thai. It is such
a beautiful language, which makes me want to ...
... time in Borneo (could not believe it!) Best sunrise/sunset: Angkor Wat temple, Cambodia (picture perfect) Funniest moment: Kevin drinking from the dirty bucket by mistake on the Komodo boat trip (doh!) We've missed a few creature comforts along the way, we cannot lie, especially roast dinners, hot water and not being able to wear clean underwear every day! And we've certainly missed our families and friends. But our trip ...
... I was happy to stay another night, as I had only managed to get a hostel in Australia miles away from Sydney because I had left it so last minute, which meant I would have had to get a train there and spend more money. So the evening has been well spent, eating some good free food and soaking in a big hot bath trying to kill of a cold I'm fighting. Now it's time for an early night. Here's to my first relaxing night in ...
... That was the 4th nationality we've gotten confused with. We've been called German, British, Australian, and then Irish. After lunch, we went back to the hotel and laid by the pool and relaxed until it was time for dinner. We ate dinner at a restaurant that was up on a cliff and overlooked the ocean. It was a great scene. They had really fresh seafood. I got king prawns with curry sauce and Kelly got coconut soup. Koh Samui Day 3: We woke up and ate breakfast. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking