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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... swapped my self reflection for self indulgence and paid a visit to a nearby hotel pool. The pool was free provided I bought something and a reasonably priced beer and curry later, I was feasting in a chaise lounge in a verdant garden. Super baller! And in the chair next to me was a fun girl from Virginia so we had good chats to pass the afternoon.
This afternoon I left the womb of the retreat and was back in the real ...
... his family, including his father being murdered. He was also told us some local culture stories and shared that his youngest son is getting married next month. They have 1850 people coming to a hotel for the dinner reception! Talk about a big wedding!! We noticed a girl on a bicycle selling a food that looked like nuts. Sam said don't eat those...the girls fish the snails from the heavily contaminated lakes and they will give you "happytitis" or typhoid! Not even ...
... bus. We have no idea how much it should cost, but know that we won't pay the first price offered, which was $4. We put our bags on and start to walk away when the driver says he can't possibly do it for less $4, we get about half a dozen paces away before they agree to $3. Once we had found our hotel (the tuk tuk driver had no idea where it was), tucked down a side road beside the plush looking Sofitel hotel and the equally plush ...
... that this was normal for the scooter i was on and I should not worry about it. If anything happened, I could just call them and they would come pick me up so I could exchange it. Sounds great. Hopefully I don't have to rely in my phone working in the fairly remote areas where we'd be riding. While traffic in town is a bit crazy, it's not really that scary once you're actually riding around in it. It's a good exercise in maintaining vigilance. Having our own ...
... bus. This suited our family just fine, as we had come to dread the slower walking pace of our group's elderly population. We had fun exploring the vast facility, taking lots of pictures, climbing up and down stairs, and peering in and out of the many temples. Amazingly, nothing was roped off and we had full unrestricted access to every building, which gave us the exciting illusion that we were among the first people to explore the complex.
After venturing ...