- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... Lanna and her mother down and play wrestled with little baby. Kicked out and cleaned the pens. Gave them sugar cane and had the chance to cut it ourselves to eat. We were allowed to plant a banana tree so that more bananas grow for their food in future! Cut sugar cane and planted our own banana tree. Walkies with Willy and Basketball with Lanna !!! Lanna loved creating different water effects with the hose and crunching the plastic bottles- ...
... decent - all for £2.99 a night, pretty sure our cheapest place so far! Hostel ticked off the list, next was food. I was keen to make up for lost meals so I had two teas, first up was a really nice red Thai curry at a very popular restaurant not far from us called Lemongrass. Though slightly more pricey than markets might be, it was worth the extra cost and we saw queues for it later on as we ...
... Mai is a city with a temple on every corner---white temples, silver temples, big ones and small ones and each temple has a story and a legend. And then there are the markets. Known for the best shopping in Thailand, there are night markets and special Saturday walking markets where there are goods that stretch out forever. My best purchase? Ubiquitous cotton elephant pants that are so comfy. And street ...
This guesthouse has the best staff and the best breakfast I've had yet. Well... That's not true, let's say Siem Reap had the best staff (this place is a close second) but this place has the best breakfast. Their eggs are amazing. They have homemade jam... And the coffee is strong-like-bull. I ask my coffee-tender (who is reading a clockwork orange in his second language) how to get back from Chedi Luang and ...
... The loud shuffling sound was the the window sliding to open which is where the bucket of water was thrown from; before we could even retaliate the perpetrator smiled at us fondly and exclaimed "HAPPY SONGKRAN" in a Thai accent that we had become accustomed to. The Songkran Festival is the Thai New Year which takes place from the 13th to the 15th of April. It is celebrated by throwing water at each other which some say is a symbol of washing away sins and bad luck. ...