- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... airport, I couldń´t make à public call for him. So I decided to take à taxi to the bnb. But first, I had to change my 1000 bhat Bill. I went to à convenient store and the teller gives me a 500 bhat Bill and à coupon for à phone card. I had to argue with the manager to recuperate my other 500 bhats. So I went to the taxi booth when I sudden l'y realized I had left my main luggage in the store so I rushes back and thank God, my luggage was ...
... and we were not one bit disappointed! There wasn't even the option to ride an elephant on the neck, let alone on their back! And they had two very young elephants who were a complete surprise to us! We spent the morning feeding them bananas, then we walked them down the track to the river, taking it in turns to guide the elephant, and then let them get into the river where we joined them, splashing them to get all the mud off. The two young ...
... our bus to Phnom Penh airport where we had a flight booked to take us to Vientiane, the capital of landlocked Laos. The airport and the flight was a strange experience. To start with we got ourselves over excited that there was a costa coffee at the airport. That wasn't all though, a chocolate Christmas tree was sprinkled over our Cappuccino which made us think of home. It was only the 2nd December but we know everyone at home would be rushing around getting ready for Christmas. ...
... had the best spring rolls of her life apparently (#bigclaim). The pork and chicken satay is insanely good! Following our small culinary adventure we wondered around. We ended up in a sky train station in the middle of the banking sector of Bangkok where we watched the Indian equivalent of Enrique Iglesias film his new music video (it's **** - don't watch it). We got the sky train to Central pier and got on the river boat (the slightly bigger, turbo canal boat) to Khaosan. As we ...
... But still... Ah, I'll just tip them to silence my conscience. Our guide picked us up at 19:00 and took us to the Baiyoke Sky Hotel. The hotel offers a restaurant and a bar with an outstanding view over Bangkok. It's the largest tower of Asia. After that we strolled over a market. Which was fun. Thai are very introvert people. They don't harass you in any way. So that makes it fun to walk. The air is thick and moist. One could almost grasp it, so it ...