Xst Malo Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the past 5 years.
Also I have already locked in my next full time job in Thailand, near Bangkok, starting in February. But before Thailand, I will enjoy a 2 week vacation in Siem Reap Cambodia, to visit the Angkor temple complexes. On par with the great pyramids of Giza, the Angkor Wat temple is the oldest and largest temple in the ...
... cot. They were only a few months old and extremely cute. Two of them looked like they were cuddling each other and another one Ollie described as looking like an animal rug as he was sprawled out on his tummy!
They asked if we wanted to hold a panda which would be a 2000 yuan (£200) donation to the centre. It was a lot of money and after a lot of deliberation, as we are on a budget and this amount of money would pay for a lot on our travels, I ...
Monday we arrived in Chengdu and was picked up by someone from our Hostel. He didn't really pick us up as he basically directed us to the Hostel. Our room was really nice and the internet was the best so far. That evening we went out to dinner to a local restaurant or tiny hole in a wall. I ate a filling meal which cost me 2 dollars Canadian.
Tuesday we got up early to go see the Giant Panda's and of course Tessa's favourite the Red Panda's ...
... to relax, readying ourselves for our early wake up call, all fingers and toes crossed that we get to see this sunrise. The next morning we wake up at 6 for the 6:24 sunrise. It is FREEZING, at this point it was probably only in the high teens- burrrr. When we walk outside we just see clouds, as we walk up toward the golden temple the clouds are transitioning into a light blue. We notice that towards the east, there are clear blue skies. Again, kids on Christmas Morning. We ...
... diners in the restaurant were in hysterics as we bungled their traditional dish by overcooking or undercooking the food (raw cabbage: that’s how we roll). Again, the Sichuan peppercorns worked their numbing magic... and by the 5th skewer we could have been eating Corn Flakes. Although fun in a 'get to play with your food’ sense, we found our vegetarian hotpot to be oily and underwhelming – maybe a dish ...