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We have a day in Bangkok before we move on tomorrow and as we visited all the tourist sites the last time we were here, and with the current situation we decide to just buy our train ticket out in advance. After a luxurious breakfast which offered the usual fruit, yoghurt, cereals, toast etc as well as the more unusual selections of sweet and sour fish, chicken chasseur, and pasta salad. The coffee was excellent and we had a fabulous view over the city.
... the boat was able to handle the weight. We boarded our bus and our luggage was loaded on. It was a pretty sunrise on the water with a mist off the lake the mountains coming through the mist. We stopped to take photos of an old wooden monastery. The monks started to come out to collect alms. We finally got our monk photos. As Kyaw would say...karma. We arrived back in Yangon, with many familiar places and had our last Burmese meal. Lunch was in a good ...
... chicken or shrimp. It’s topped with a bit of sugar, dry hot chili, lime, and crushed peanuts. I don’t know what they season it with otherwise but I think it is usually pretty bland, but this restaurant seasoned it very well. After dinner I was so tired from the previous nights and days of fun activities, but it was our last night in Koh Phi Phi with our friends so I rallied and went out. It was a full moon, so the island was actually pretty dead. ...
... and we put together holiday food baskets for customers at the local Villa grocery store. This store caters to ex-pats and we had fun putting together our own choices rather than just buying pre-made baskets. These baskets are the common holiday gift in Thailand and are often one product massed in the basket or a choice of random foods slike olive oil, juice, cookies and chocolates. We tried to make them a bit meaningful and chose things like whisky and ...
... of and nothing changed until the end. The last few minutes much more resembled a Thai Massage where she was holding me down with her legs and twisting/pulling/pushing me in different positions. Needless to say, since then I have only asked for oil massages that incorporate just a bit of the traditional Thai techniques.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking