Banyan The Resort, Hua Hin
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This was something we didn't get to do last time we were in Bangkok. We had tried and indeed even set off but our information was wrong and the floating market was not where they said it was. So we missed out. Not this time. We went to see Tim and got an organised trip there just to make sure. Even better was it was combined with the Train Market and you have to see the video below to believe this! The tain market was our first ...
... a massive plane
with in-flight entertainment even though it was only a two hour or so flight –
the landing into Hong Kong was amazing, so beautiful! We had a 5 hour layover
in Hong Kong so we basically ate lunch and connected to the Wi-Fi so that we
could reply to all our emails and I could write my blog!
The flight to Bangkok was the same, massive plane,
inflight entertainment and meal and it was so ...
... centre'd had in ages, and who walked away from the experience with the desire to fund raise and to improve treatment and education rather than to shy away. Mel, an absolute gem, who jumps off bridges (a feat Val and I also managed, on our last harvest together). There were so many more people and I know I've not mentioned everyone by name, but this blog entry is already long and I hope that you all know who you are! I miss you all already!
In the midst of all of this I ...
... with an undisclosed hour long shower for Heather's right side) was enjoyed riding around the canals and river in search of (and success!) Thai fireflies. They put those I've experienced in the Chi to shame. SO BRIGHT.
It was due time to head to Bangkok for the New Year (Songkram). Amphawa sent us off with some incredible chicken and rice, a hurried jump into our mini-bus, and a few squirts of water from super-soakers as a precursor of what was to come.
... a comedian could still be funny without resorting to swearing and vulgarity. By the applause it was clear that we all agreed.
Garlic toast (the only kind of toast available late-night) dipped in hot chocolate; mmmm; rounded out the evening before we retiried to prepare for the upcoming busy sea-day of trying to figure out how to fit 2 weeks of purchases into 4 already-full suitcases in preparation for our upcoming arrival and debarkation in Singapore.