Sriracha Lodge Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... immigration and my bag had already been taken off carousel 10 and was patiently standing waiting for me.
Upstairs to check in.
Only 2 people were in front of me at the Malaysia Airlines check in counter. At 5.20 pm left check in with good news. I saw walking up to check in that my flight to Kula Lumpur ...
... 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 ...
Today was a travel day. Before we left Pokhara we visited Davi's falls and the International Mountain museum. These were interesting places to see a little of the mountain cultur and for the locals to see us. We ran into several school groups in from surrounding and far off villages. Many had never seen "white people" or only on TV or movies. We were as big of an attraction as the sights we were visiting! We set ...
I got up at my usual early time, but the group wasn't meeting until 9:00 for our city tour, so I spent time exploring our small hotel, enjoyed a pot coffe and a pot of tea over a lovely hot breakfast, until the others straggled down, still weary from their long days travel yesterday. After breakfast our day started a tour of the Cultural World Heritage Sites in the Kathmando Valley.
Starting off this full day, we visited the historic ...
... its occupants. This design permitted the monks to meditate comfortably for long periods of time. The carvings continued on the interior walls with astounding intricacies. The whole area is divided in half, with each area being the size roughly of a volleyball court. It's hard to picture, but a hundred or so monks would be studying in this place at one time.
From here, we continued our education on the importance of Buddhiism to the Burmese. We proceeded to the ...