Ever Rich Inn
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... the usual long line of tourists trying to pass customs and claim their bags. Luckily enough, we found our bags after 5 minutes of clearing customs. Now after putting on our 20-25 lb bags (which sounds light; but it's not), we headed downstairs to the public taxi station (this is on the lower level, and probably the best way to get a taxi from the airport). So we get in line to go through the taxi kiosks, and get a lane number from the ticket giver. ...
... couple hours. We grab some food at 7-Eleven and pull into Erawan National Park just before 10. The parking lot is empty. Erawan National Park centers around a mile long series of waterfalls. There are seven major tiers and a number of pools for swimming. The pools are home to fish that will nibble on the dead skin in your feet. Most people find this natural pedicure to a nice way to pass the time. My feet are too ticklish to stand it for very long. I'm ...
... at the new terminal KLIA2, looked very impressive as we pulled up to the gate but had a fairly bland interior until you got to the shopping areas, even there the carpet was coming up and there were holes in the lino not good , its only been open about 9 months.
We had pizza and a club sandwich for tea but as it was nearly a kilometre walk to the next plane we felt we may have walked some of it ...
... I suppose the day was very interesting and I learnt a lot but words can't really describe how it makes you feel visiting a place like this. I think to understand Cambodia and what the country and its people have been through this is unfortunately somewhere you have to visit. Naturally, we didn't feel like doing much that evening so we took a walk to the promenade in Phnom Penh and did some people watching, lots of locals come out around sunset to relax in he cooler weather, eat dinner ...
... then placed their hands together in the well mannered Thai farewell. Their courtesy to each other even spans the well drilled airport protocols. We arrived in Bangkok, found the public taxi service and before we knew it we were on the road to the hotel. The fare was 380baht, unlike the 1400 quoted by the hotel. We paid $50US (£30) per night for the room, which we booked during the last political uprising in Bangkok, on the proviso if we didn't turn up there was no money ...