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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... found out upon arrival that their host family was unable to take them in so one of the teachers from the host school stepped up and decided she would spend the next 5 days as "mother" to Jake and the other student. It sounds like she did a great job as Jake was really happy with the arrangement and had the opportunity to visit local restaurants with "Miss Cindy" to sample a variety of "real" Chinese food! Thursday and Friday were spent rehearsing with ...
... a bit weary today and kids were happy to hang out in the hotel while Andy and I planned the next leg of our journey as we have nothing booked for 4 days after we check out of our Bangkok hotel. We managed to book flights to Penang for only £200 for 4 of us. Booked a hotel that had been recommended in Georgetown, the old town of Penang. Now we just have to work out how to get from ...
... big hint.
Roy is getting use to but not appreciating taking off his shoes. ( He groans a lot (quietly))
The Grand Palace is considered a pilgrimage destination for many buddhists .
We then went to the Wat Pho . It is a huge reclining Buddha. Almost to big for it house. 46 meters long and 15 meters high. ( Im not sure how long or high that is but its a bunch)
Its core is brick, and ...
... of Bangkok. Idiot. By this point I was just grateful to make the flight. After visiting 11 countries plus 2 plane stop offs, 23 places in south america, 14 in south east asia, 1 in Hong Kong and an extra 5 for my start of the trip. After 8 hostels In South America and countless hotels, 11 hostels in south east asia. 15 flights. Too many night buses. A handful of rainy days. 100s of new friends. 13 handbags, 18 purses, 5 new bikinis, 9 tailor made outfits and ...
... also go to Wat Pho which was right next door and rated #1 for Bangkok attractions on Trip Advisor. By the time we got there and saw the Buddha, Bailey was done! Really, really, done! So we didn't get a chance to explore the rest of the area around the Buddha which we could see also had some amazing looking temples.
We head off to the ferry, which meant standing out on a floating platform in the sun to wait, and the Thai attendants spoke no English so didn't understand which stop ...