- Fly Korean or Thai Air. There was to be no ifs ands or buts about this one. So glad I did. The flight was smooth and the flight attendants were some of the most polite, helpful and attentive I’ve ever met. Even the coach seats almost felt like first class. The seat it self was larger and more comfortable than any domestic airline I had been on. Everyone had their own screen with free movies, music, tv shows. Alcoholic drinks were free. Meals were free, and before and after each meal you were greeted with a smile and a basket full of hot washcloths to clean your hands.
- Bring a washcloth. They don’t have them. Leave it behind.
- Bring a pillow. The ones there are horrid. Hard and flat.
- Bring a roll of toilet paper. Most places don’t have it, or if they do, you have to pay to use it!
|Lobby at Suk 11|
|Our room at the hostel|
|View from water taxi of housing along the river|
|Juice man at the Market outside the water taxi drop off|
|Water taxi dock|
|Water taxi money collector|
|Lunch of the river|
|This nice lady cooked our lunch on the river!|
|Sunset in the big city|
|Duck paddle boats|
|Tom keeping our stuff safe while napping|
Written By: Emily Ballard