Sriracha Lodge Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
... general (and I don't like to generalise, but I will in this case), Southeast Asian people are some of the friendliest and happiest you'll meet. 2. Every country has a different currency with a ridiculous exchange and they all accept USD as a method of payment. 3. There are no real laws on the road (well there are but nobody abides by them), but if you pay attention there is some sense to the crazy way they drive. 4. The most commonly used phrase in Southeast Asia is ...
... we ended up spending all day. There were good reasons for this:
1) Being guided around by Sarah, who is a font of any wildlife knowledge including: animal welfare, projects, research work and challenges facing this and other zoos too is an opportunity not to be missed.
2) It is an open zoo so wherever possible and resources permitting caging is kept to a minimum and ...
... with two girls not travelling together from California. Gareth, our Belfast teammate, even met a gentleman with whom they have shared acquaintances! Truly it is an example of how small this world is becoming!
Feeling refreshed and clean after our springs visit, we sat around in the courtyard, while some of the gang shopped at the local vendors stalls. Moving inside for dinner, we once again went to bed by 9:00 ...
... route up - only 100 or so steps. The holy monkeys ran and fought all around us as we climbed. The short climb was rewarded with views of the sprawling city of Kathmandu, shrouded with pollution, but breathtaking all the same.
After, a quick and thrilling ride back down the hill, we had an evening meeting to double check we had all our gear, then went off to a late dinner at K-To restaurant, a steak house, for a statisfying and inexpensive ...
... so I will wait it out until Hanoi. I can actually count 12 WiFi points from the restaurant I am sitting in, but I can access none. This airport is huge, compared to Delhi, which seems to be about the size of Montreal's. And I am not even going out of the secure area, but if everything goes according to plans, I should be here next spring, taking a flight out towards who knows ...