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... Top shelf liquor was brought to us throughout the entire flight, and of course the food was fantastic! We felt so spoiled we’re going to find it hard to go back to economy class after that experience!
We arrived into Bangkok and took a quick flight up to Chiang Mai where we would start out Thailand travels. Chiang Mai is the 2nd biggest city behind Bangkok but it had the feel of a small and not busy city. We stayed in the Old City part of ...
... let's get this party startedm the perfect track for the occasion !
We wandered down to the lakeside village passing alongside a house mid construction, although habited, £10k if interested and with typical Thai hospitality we were allowed a tour and offered breakfast, whilst sticky rice steamed away in traditional style on the patio and the recently slaughtered duck hung by its feet, the blood draining from the slit in its ...
... is pretty bloody business class if you ask me, as we were in the poorer North East region of Thailand we could afford to splash out on an executive lifestyle. With this in mind we went to the bar of the nearby Pullman Hotel for drinks, the place was in fact yet another Brauhaus which suited us enormously. We had home brewed blonde and dark beer, all you can drink for around 7 pounds. 4 hours later we were beckoned by a Thai lady to the Karoake bar also in the same hotel. Now I am ...
"I don't believe in heaven, I believe in Pain" Max Payne, circa 2008
It was a blustery windswept morning in Surrey as we made our way towards Heathrow airport. The driving rain lashed at the windows of our taxi, the full power of mother nature's fury evident to us. The strength of the rain such that it seemed to us at that very moment not only were we rained on from above but also below. The grey dreary town's passed us by whilst commuters solemnly made their way ...
... 8:15 we are leaving Phon Thong behind and heading almost west. At one point in the journey we must have needed some petrol as the driver pulls in to a service station. There must have been a problem of some kind as afer speaking with one of the pump attendants we leave without filling up. There is also a station on the opposite side of the dual carriageway but there is a grass bank central reservation between us. The ...
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