- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... passed a Strawberry farm that was full of random statutes and structures, like a bike with a strawberry cabin on the back. weird but all just so cute. And the strawberry brandy we bought was amazing :P The Coffee in Love house and café was equally as cute. More great views and everything was just so quirky. Had an AMAZING cheesecake there too. even if it was bright red.
After a few too many mojitos in town that evening ...
... sleeper. Unlike before we were delighted with what we got, it was so cool. We had our own little pod, which at first was 2 comfy seats, second as a table for dinner, followed by it transforming again into 2 comfy beds..perfect! It certainly made the long journey so much more tolerable. Arriving bleary eyed into the St Pancras of Bangkok at 06:50 at the beginning of Tuesday morning rush hour, we quickly got out of their, hailed down a metre taxi and got to our hotel, coincidentally ...
... crack of dawn for breakfast to start our tour early. After so much Asian food the past 10 days, we were at the point where we wish we never saw a grain of rice again! Then we were served our Asian breakfast, minced pork omelette served with......boiled rice! We ate the omelette which was pretty good actually... But we passed on the rice! We then joined our tour group and all 6 of us were taken in the back of a pickup truck to the river where we were doing bamboo rafting. Here we ...
... which adorned her yoga studio looking extremely young and beautiful. She told us she’d been not only a beauty queen - but actress, dancer and model and had practiced yoga everyday for the past 40 years. She loved leopard print. Her whole shop was adorned in leopard print; she even had a leopard print car! And she was incredible at yoga, she was 67 years young and could place her feet behind her head with ease. She detested the Chinese and was very open about it, one young ...
... landscape was really amazing. We were walking through mountain valleys surrounded by huge limestone cliffs covered in jungle. Honestly, plenty of people would probably enjoy just the hike through this area minus the caving.
The first cave we entered was named Fossil Cave because it has seashell fossils around 200 million years old! Squeezing through some smaller spaces and climbing around wasn't too ...