Misone Hotel & Restaurant
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... plans for the near future. We headed to the main square market for dinner but the place was closed. We had also invited Lorenzo - our Portuguese friend from the hike! We ended up getting pizza at this nice italian restaurant but it took ages to come so we missed of the show! It was a cabaret show that is famous here and it was so funny! After it, everyone except Mandeep and I got a fish spa. I've had one before but the others hadnt and I told them to try it out. They ...
... amazing to wash touch get stuck in mud everything was just WOW. After this we cleaned ourselves up and changed and headed to the actual sanctuary and Dong took us around being told of some horrific histories of these poor elephants from one stepping on a land mind to another blinded by a previous owner and a slingshot. We also saw two young elephants but the other members of the Heard are very protective of their young so couldn't get close enough to touch. But we ...
... I started to understand a little better. We also done the foot spa which involved the little fish munching away at dead skin - we payed 180 Bart (£3.60) for 15 mins in the foot spa and a 45 min massage..... Soooo cheap! Tuesday evening we then went out, we started in the reggae bar (live music) which was amazing, we then headed to Zoe in yellow (the biggest bar/club in this area) which was cool. We met 3 Americans there- one (Alex) ...
... bad for him to find some peace with this life and perhaps be happy too:) It is a process that we are all going through I know. Loss is a long process. Acceptance is a HUGE step. I somedays don’t like that mom is gone. But, I know most days now, that she is. I don’t like to accept it. But, I know I have to in order to move forward. Dad and mom truly have nurtured me and loved me ...
... Karen tribe. We walked down through forest and farmed land along a dirt track for an hour and a half. It was great to get close to how the agricultural people live and their care of the land.
One rule of walking in the national park is that you must use a local tribe member as a guide. A useful way to bring some money into a very poor community.
Following behind the guide was an experience. I have never seen anyone in such constant physical touch ...