Mae Nai Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... city is huge and with the heat it would have been impossible to venture by foot. The underground was just as clean as Singapore, with no eating or drinking allowed on it. We saw many street food stalls selling a variety of things such as, chicken and pork skewers, spring rolls and of course noodles. We visited a park and also found ourselves in the middle of a government protest regarding the upcoming election where ...
Less than a month after we'd returned from Budapest, we were headed back to Ataturk Airport for another holiday. Our semester break began in late January and lasted for two weeks. For the past three years at this time we'd gone to Africa: South Africa in 2011, Tanzania in 2012, and Uganda in 2013. This time around, we felt it was time for a return to Asia and decided to go to where it had all begun over eight years ago: Thailand.
We booked ...
... Temples, and therefore one of Thailand's most revered temples.
Afterwards we returned to the hotel by boat. David and I then went to a shop well known by our Tauck leader, Les Martin, for designer purses. We shopped there for a bit and then returned to the hotel. David then met Phil Harris in the lobby. They headed to The Sports Corner. They took the Skytrain and a subway to get there to watch the Conference Football ...
... to the front to see the water buffaloes that they bring around each day. There was a rare albino water buffalo and the other was a brown one. We got to climb up on them to take pictures. They would put a step ladder up to the water buffaloes so that we could climb on and then move it for pictures. That was the start of our day on the back of an animal.
At 9:00 am we boarded our bus for Mae Sa Elephant Camp. It was such an interesting experience all day. We got to see the ...
... place. We did a bit of face timing family and friends before heading out at about 11 o'clock. We went out for a few pints (one of the first places in S.E.A where we had seen pint glasses) but we were continuously harassed by "the ladies of the night" so we cut the night short and headed back to the hostel as we had a big plans for the following day. We only stayed for one night in the first hostel because we had been recommended, by quite a few people, to go to a different hostel ...