Sriracha Lodge Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Had to force myself to stay awake for the food in the flight, was so hungry and so tired at the same time! Slept straight after until i landed. Bangkoks airport was pretty simple and quick to get through, well it is for folk with half a brain. But nae doot there was always the couple of people who who to immigration desks without a landing card filled out and think ita ok to sit on the floor right infront of it to fill it out, retards. Bag came aswell and i headed out to where i was to ...
... 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 ...
... the 200km, 6-7hour bus ride back to Kathmandu along the major highway the winds its way along the river through agricultural area so Nepal. Mthismdrive ismat the best of times long, but with the Saark Summit in town and checkpoints set up we didn't arrive at the hotel until7:30 after leaving at 11:10 a.m. The drive through the country side was extremely interesting and informative. Manual labour is the name of the ...
... village at the confluence of the Modi and Burungdi Kholas (streams), where we stopped for a leisurely lunch of Mac and Cheese and Chips
Continuing up the main trail to Sindae on a carbohydrate overdose, we then made the gradual climb up the side of the valley to Hile. Finally, we lost the light of day, we pushed on to Tikhedhunga (1495m/4905ft) and our accommodations for the night; a guesthouse run by a typical village ...
... carved teak building, we needed, for the first time, to don our Longyis (untess,we were adequately covered with pants which most of us had eschewed due the heat). Mounting the much travelled, smooth steps, one was overcome by the detailed stories represented in the centuries old walls of this monastery. Many small doors surround the building allowing for adequate circulation of air, while not allowing too much sun inside. The 3 storey ceiling traps the hot air far above the ...