- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... setting around a lake. Hopping back in the coach we set off for our next destination which was just across the lake from the Monastery and was the Viham Sien Chinese Pavilion. The museum housed hundreds of artefacts gifted by the Chinese, ranging from Buddhas in the Chinese style, to original pieces from the Terracotta Army, to Taoist statuary and other Buddhist statues and symbols. The exhibits were spread over three floors and it was hard to fit it all ...
... and we promise to look him/her up if we ever get to Roi Et in our travels. He/she told us that it is unique to have a place named after a number but John suggests 'what about Fife?' before I drag him off.
I notice an arch woven and plaited from fresh coconut palm. Beside this is a man with a machete hacking at a huge palm leaf, preparing materials. I am beckoned to sit beside a lady who, with not a word of English spoken, shows me by example ...
... at two different street stalls. Whether this was down to my poor communication I'm not sure but the word farang (foreigner) was mentioned a few times before they laughed and said sorry.
The night finally ending with a nice old lady who called out to me as I was about to cross the street and to what I assumed would be to asked for help to cross the busy main road but really only actually wanting ...
... a my bag would end up going somewhere unknown and I would miss my flight as they were being so slow.
After all this palava, I finally got through and had enough time to get a comfort McDonald's. I had a Double Big Mac, which is amazing it’s a Big Mac but with 4 burgers, a large fries and coke along with 6 chicken nuggets. I’ve got into a habit of putting chicken nuggets in my Big Mac, The Mac Meat Feast, which is incredible but ...
... was on a floor for smokers. Not particularly happy with that we thought we would at least be polite and go up to see what the room was like. Wow! What a shocker. The smell when you exited the lift was bad enough, but when I opened the door to the room I was knocked backwards. Immediate about face and back down to the lobby. With all the usual Thai charm, reception offered us a room with 2 single beds, with a room upgrade the following night. We agreed ...