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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... didn’t have a clue that the others were around….. Such a surprise!
This obviously called for a night out and bowling it was!....mega bowl has
nothing on Bangkok though…..more of a nightclub with extra lanes!
Thailand is very religious and we had to visit a temple
(there are so many) in the temple we saw lots of different Buddha’s and saw the
biggest reclining Buddha in the world. A huge 45 meters ...
... fly out of Bangkok airport to get back to Heathrow. I think it has been good to have a few days bonding as a group, having some fun and getting over the jet lag.
Next stop, Sukhothai....
We had made the decision the previous night that rather than head directly from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, we would break the trip up and stop off at a small town called Sukhothai (a small traditional Thai town which is renowned for its old temple ruins), half way between the two, to ...
... more official, for just 50THB. 50THB to see a bunch of sites definitely sounded more appealing than 500THB to see one and Jason was almost ready to do it, since of course the Palace was closed. In fact, another tuk-tuk driver told us the same thing moments later and offered the same tour. I was reluctant and suggested we come back later and in the meantime we check out the nearby popular temple, Wat Pho.
Once we arrived at Wat Pho, we started reading ...
... able to follow the general flow of the story, which involved a botched wedding with two people who loved other people. The man's true love was coerced at knife point by his mother's henchmen to record that she didnt love him so he would marry this other woman.
At the end of my massage I had my neck and shoulders rubbed and received a coconut drink and watermelon. At the end of Matt's massage you would have thought he was receiving a "happy ending." All you heard was ...
... were really brilliant. We went into the town and had a nice night playing pool and having a good time. The next day we crossed the border at laos and made our way to the slow boat. The slow boat was a lovely experience. The scenery as we made our way down the Mekhong river was beautiful. We arrived in pekbang(?) at about 6 o'clock as the sun was setting. We all got into our ...