Mae Nai Gardens
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... medical technologist and they have four grown children, two of whom are married. They are very nice. David Kennedy, unfortunately,was very sick today and had to miss the day's activities and stay back and rest. Now Jeanne looked like she was coming down with something. My David was sick for several days and something is definitely going around our bus. So far I've stayed healthy and pray it lasts.
Now we are back at our villa and about to go to sleep. It was another wonderful and ...
... up. We walked away quickly and went straight for the back packer area. At this point we were starving. Khao San was busier than we remembered and was full of stalls selling cheap clothes. We knew we wanted the pad Thai that we had devoured 3 months ago and found it just outside McDonalds in exactly the same spot. Two chicken and egg pad Thai 100 baht (£1.90) Two large chang 180 baht (£3.40) = an amazing last meal in Bangkok which ...
... who said he would bring us to a 'bar' so we all clambered in. I landed into this bar with 5 handsome men to see only older Western men and Thai girls, the girls were sitting in a straight line literally waiting to be picked. I felt a lot of eyes on me, and couldn't stop giggling must of been the nerves, I felt like a pimp. The lads had the beers drank in minutes n it was off to the familiar surrounds of Burger King before bed.
... ripe mangos, oranges and papaya. The contrast to our markets back home was both striking and fascinating - particularly the lack of meat provisions. There was no tangible attempt to chill or cover the food, just naked slabs of meat laid out on tables for hours on end, being circled by flies ignoring the flimsy fan above the meat. Our next journey was out to the country to see the elephants. We drove up to a large bamboo house, Thai women sat outside drying sheaths of bamboo in ...
... fries and coke or a Singha. Comfortable bed with warm ensuite shower. Hammock. Hot springs pool. Massage. All look achievable in Pai which is apparently the Switzerland of Thailand and the laid back capital. Dinner was chicken fried rice and button soup. On the way back to the hut we fed the baby elephants bananas and they make you feel so happy........ Be very sad to leave here but can't ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking