Kao Yai GrandView Resort
Travel Blogs from Prachin Buri
... by the staff on the bus to the immigration line. From here, we could get our visas on arrival, with a fee of $20 USD, and the security officers whispering, "extra 100 baht for admin" in our ears. But just ignoring this small scam they threw our passports to the back office for our visa. All done and dusted, I had my Cambodian visa sticker, without a horror story to tell. There was a small queue at the Cambodian entry point, where we had to give our arrival cards and scan ...
... to control and eradicate the negative feelings you will indeed do the same for
the positive feelings. One is indirectly related to the other. But if you do
eradicate them what are you left with? Where does this leave
to want to reach a stage that we are not humans?
of misery is graving.
for something and when we do not get it we get miserable.
... as many followers around the world to meditate as possible. The architecture is none of Thai or Chinese temples you see. The main entrance temple resembles closest to one, but is elegant and uses modern building material. I would describe the temple as more of a city on its own. Just in staff and volunteers alone there are over 3000 people! After the tour, we head back to POP House and Chloe prepares to head back to Bangkok. We enjoy ...
... and the family owners were very friendly. The hotel was sort of its own compound in this village and they closed the front gate at night. The rooms were laid out in a kind of horseshoe around the yard and, appropriately, also around the lodge where they would feed you and bring you beer if you but asked. They also had a pet iguana! He spent most of his time laying on the rafters, but the owners came to show us this morning that he had come down and we got to pet him and watched him ...
... escaping for a party. Passports were stamped without any questions and we were in, back in the saddle cycling into our 17th country.
The first difference was the driving. Back on the left hand side and unlike the other Asian countries we have spent the last few months in, most people actually seemed to be sticking to the right side of the road. There were even people waiting at traffic lights and indicating at junctions. When ...