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Hi everyone, So we have finally made it to Thailand after a pretty decent flight from Heathrow. We landed in Bangkok and was instantly met with a wave of heat and humidity the likes of which we haven't experienced in America! The hotel in Bangkok was really nice and in a great location, close to loads of shops, street markets and attractions. It …
My Grampy, Robert Edwin Peterson, passed away on 6 December 2012 at the age of 95 years. In all honesty, often when I think of him or see something that reminds me of him my throat tightens. I miss him. I am lucky that I got to speak with him on the phone just a few days before he passed away. He sounded a little weak, but he sounded like himself; …
... couldn’t get any better, we were all taken to the Red Cross Festival in Chiang Mai. This was, by far, the largest festival I had ever been to. It was full of games, food, prizes, food, music, flowers, animals, crafts, food, and did I mention food? My Thai buddies kept buying me different things to try and I didn’t want to be rude so I ate whatever was given to me. I regret that decision… I will leave it at that. After walking around the festival for a couple of ...
... on your feet. This is supposed to remove any dead skin and make you feet smooth. The first 5 minutes were unbearably ticklish and strange but after a while you got used to it (for the most part). We took a Tuk Tuk back to the hotel and now it's time for some much needed rest eye. Thanks for tuning in. Tomorrow we will be doing Yoga in the morning and plan on having a relaxing day before our 6 hour bus ride to Sukhothai on Tuesday. Lots of Love! Jason and Kim Sent from my ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet