- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... You find yourself in a catch 22 situation. Stay above the covers to keep cool and get to sleep, but get eaten alive by the dreaded mosquitoes. Or hide under the covers, bake and get no sleep. "Let's get a fan room"..... What were we thinking? We're having such a great time and have had the chance to see and do things that have blown our minds. Even when things haven't always gone our way it's been an adventure. We can't wait to see what's next. Next stop Chiang Mai. Bring on the night ...
... tattoo done with a needle and there's little to no healing time and it doesn't scab. I heard about Sak Yants just after we arrived in Thailand and they immediately appealed to me. When they're done properly, the monk will read your aura and personality and choose the sak yant for you and where it goes on your body. This part didn't really appeal to me as I only wanted something very small and discreet, not a massive tiger crawling ...
... seems like the closest thing to a Thai friend I've made I'd say. Well at least I thought that until she told me I was fat. Becky and I have discussed it and she believes it's a bit of a take the ****, but having read about fat shaming in Thailand, I'm not so certain. The interaction went a little bit like this - "Do you not drink beer?" I said. "No. I don't drink beer because it makes me fat like you." Admittedly, she laughed at this point. "I don't drink beer either." ...
... of ladyboys as opposed to a group of supermodels on a Yacht. It's annoying though because anything smaller than a dollar comes in Cambodian Riel rather than U.S. small change. So you'll pay for dinner with a $20 note and receive thousands in Cambodian Riel as change. It's good in the sense you don't ever need coins but pointless in the way you're constantly working out exchange rates. Everything is still cheap though to be fair. A pint is about two dollars. ...
... feel about how I look. They offered a shampoo and I gladly obliged. I have yet to figure out my hair chemistry in Thailand and the lack of water pressure in my shower makes me feel as though I perpetually have shampoo in my hair. A professional shampoo sounded ideal. She used like three different products and really scrubbed in. It was very nice.
Then it was time to sit in the chair.
My heart began to palpitate. I showed him the picture ...