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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... A little bit late to our wishes but it was 40€ per person cheaper and the budget is not really on schedule so every euro counts. Aangezien we geen kamer meer hebben vanaf 12h blijven we de ganse dag op het strand aan het hotel dus weer een luie dag! En alsof Murphy hier op pensioen is... deze namiddag stak er plots wind op en kwam er een kitesurfer een paar keer testen of de wind goed was... Grrrr... Because we don't have a room anymore from 12h we stay on the ...
The morning was spent in our hostel room, packing and enjoying the air con, before checking out and cafe hopping. It was so hot that we did absolutely nothing all day except sit in cafés with a drink. We even resorted to playing hangman! We were suffering from serious sun burn from the day before and couldn't muster up the energy to do anything. Having said that, we did also have a half an hour foot massage (which ...
... but in BKK traffic it took about 45 minutes. Cost B155 which was fairly reasonable. I picked the cab because it was a new Toyota Corolla and the guy was very neat and the cab was immaculate inside.
Checkd into the hotel - Park Plaza and wow is it nice inside. An Executive type set up with desk, double bed, beautiful shower/toilet area and a big wall nmounted LCD TV. Awesome.
... in Yangon first, Rangoon as was, the economic and cultural (though no longer political) capital of Burma. The food and accommodation in Burma are not nearly as good as the other countries we've been to; accommodation is also (perversely) considerably more expensive. We visited the Shwedagon Pagoda, an enormous (368 ft) gold pagoda on a hill, one of the most well-known symbols of Burma and of Buddhism in general. We also went to the (badly lit and furnished) national ...
... I didn’t ask questions anymore, I just followed!
But this wasn’t the end of it. Once we got out the elevator on the twelfth floor, we had to do a complete 180 degree turn and walk along a hallway before making me realize that I should never judge a book by its cover!
And why am I saying this.....simply because ...