3b Boutique Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up t'north without the sun! Our hotel was situated in the old town. When we arrived, we were able to check in, but our booked room wasn't available. We opted to pay for a larger one for an extra pound. £10 for the room, check in 0730, we were pleased.
The hotel/guesthouse seemed nice, clean, good wifi and we had a fab room. Large, with a double and single bed (in case David is naughty), western toilet and a balcony with view of the ...
... walk out this room soon. The hour past by and I must say the stretching movements he did with me were awesome and I really did like about 50% of the experience. I just think I will leave the stretching to yoga classes and massage to be all about ...
... with the children which was very endearing. Evidently hunting in the dark of night is a common occurrence for people who live in the jungle because pops and son grabbed the guns at 7 pm and were never to be seen again until morning. I don’t know what was caught but hope it was good. Johnny turned in early and the four of us turned to an evening of playing Gin Rummie. I guess there are may ways to play because throughout the night Jasmine, Veronica, and ...
... dogs to thai people are similar to foxes to us, the dogs roam the streets and the jungles, all scrounging for food. We saw a few heading up the jungle and they live in packs, similar to wolves I guess. They don't appear vicious, most of the other guys in the group have stroked a few, I'm a bit more wary of them though so as much as I love dogs I won't be stroking any of the wild ones. Any way I think i probably managed 3/4 hours sleep so I ...
... of sorts where you can actually get in the enclosure with the tigers themselves....! If there is one thing that clears out the cobwebs after a night out in Yellow Zoe, it is getting into a cage with a 700kg tiger and stroking it. It certainly got the pulse going that's for sure!
We are currently on the bus heading North East to Chiang Rai. The plan is to spend one day there and then move onto Laos to continue the adventure in the second country on our list,
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