- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to drag on forever, where we both somewhat tried to support the other through our 'feeling sorry for ourselves' moodiness and hysteria! Safe to say we're looking forward to escaping early tomorrow morning and finding a nice, proper breakfast at the B&B we were originally aiming for. I feel I should also point out that this 'accommodation' was more expensive than last nights stay with Jum (which also had free breakfast). Tomorrow can only be a better ...
... in the jungle and being eaten alive by mozzies was not what I needed, having already sustained a ridiculous number of bites. We didn't really know what to do so headed back to the bar and tried to explain to the non English speaking bar staff. They didn't get it. "Apple? Get Apple." I'm not sure if I was more scared of sleeping outside, or waking up Apple. "Ohhh yeah, it's my fault, that happens all the time." She announced when she appeared. "If you ...
... to vietnam and an extra night at the hostel. After we were well and truly rested we headed to the sunday market about 25min walk away. And OMG i have never seen a market as big in my life. Originally stretching along one long road it had now grown along every side street and across the roads. Safe to say we could not get round it all. We stopped in the centre of the market for a drink at ...
... place. Not a lot of butterflies-only five different species. Loads of orchids-very pretty. Stopped for a mango shake while it rained then drove to Doi Suthep where we arrived at 5pm and spent an hour wandering around. Didn't climb the stairs-furnicular each way. Busy day - gone 7pm when we got back. Dinner at the old place no 89. Pad Thai then macadamia cake shared for ...
Around 8.00am, a guy put the bunks up to convert into seats and a lovely lady called Bom, who looked after our carriage, came along with our breakfast. Other traders kept coming along and we bought a bag of some dark looking sugary things that apparently are tamarind. They were really nice - sweet, not salty like the tamarind I've cooked with.