Le Bayburi Pranburi
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... walk under the belly of the elephant three times in the same direction then return to the front and bow, it’s an act of wishing for luck. I tried it, you can never have too much luck eh? The locals did seem a little confused though when I was walking underneath there.
There was more to do at the grounds than just see the statue, we walked down some steps and found that there were waterfalls and a river where people were feeding ...
... force a Magnum down whilst trying to breathe and not smell the fetid stink that pervaded the service station was quite a feat. You can imagine my dismay when I was told we had a further two and a half hours. The children by this point were quite literally bouncing after being couped up for so long, much to the delight of the other passengers. On the upside we had Granny D for a wee while longer as she, at the very last minute changed her bus ticket to come with us. We have been very ...
... you know when they shot through the windscreen, while going over pot holes. I bought my elephant a basket of bananas which he polished off in about 6 or 7 great gulps. Then he was led off. I was provided with ice water and cold fresh pineapple which was very refreshing. Then watched the elephants being hosed down. I noticed there was a baby elephant at the front of the village, who was kept tethered by a short chain, ...
... Villa beach vacation. Similar to Vietnam villas, a little non- descript dirt road opened up to a spectacular resort overlooking the ocean with a 60 or so foot, white sandy beach. Our luggage disappeared before we’d seen our rooms but there it was when we went in. Air conditioned atmosphere met us when we opened the door. As I think has been said, Bangkok is hot. Even though we travelled in an air conditioned vehicle the three hours since the airport, the ...
... live here" flavor.
We have been blessed on this trip to have met some very kind, fun and generous folks.
After Bangkok, it is on to Australia and an entirely new and different experience. We begin with ten days in the Perth area on the southwest corner and then fly to Sydney. Our next posting will be from Perth.