The Album Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sounds of this by Thai town. All along the streets there were food stalls selling all kinds of dishes. There were also lots of fruit juice stalls, particularly coconut juice.
Further down the street we came to a busy market where they were selling all kinds of exotic fruit and veg along with loads of dried fish.
Back to the coach we drove on to our next stop at a lovely old colonial style house that was now a ...
... Tomorrow I'm going on a trip to the temples of Kanchipuram and Mahallipuram and then I have reserved a ticket for the train that will take me to Madurai on monday, leaving at 7:40a.m. and arrival around 4 p.m..I was thinking of making a trip of four days with the same agency to Bangalore, Mysore and Oothy and stop there, but after the hard work of today, knowing that those distances are even greater, I opted for the train to southeast instead to proceed west and then ...
... sailing around is that anything can be experienced once an anchorage is chosen. Rather than staying at one hotel for a week, each night is at a different spot and each spot presents an adventure of exploration. There could be a really expensive resort at the anchorage like on Koh Yao Noi where a waitress offered Kat a glass jar of water distilled with blue smooth crystals for creative thoughts. There was also a waterfall and stream running under a glass ...
... 1700 baht. Checked into Amata resort, walked up to SWAT tours, talked to Alex and booked our minibus to airport. Bought snacks and drinks from big c. Back to hotel for rest. Walked to Malin markets later for dinner, bought shoes for mike on way.
Had an amazing dinner of fresh salad, chicken, cocktail, juice. Bought tshirts amd sunglasses from markets ...
... of them had a huge New Zealand flag sewn onto his backpack but anyway, they were pretty much as clueless as us about where to go. All they seemed to be certain about was that they were told to meet a guy in an Irish bar called the Irish Times in "Patong Beach" and he would sort everything for them. Great, that sounded like a plan so we organised a mini bus to take the 10 of us down to Paying Beach for around 3 euro each for an hour long journey. Not bad.
In true ...