Baan Canna Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... uk businesses. She's sorted some suppliers in the UK but is struggling with shipping. Neither me nor Matty know much about shipping but we've said we will help her as much as we can, even if it's just writing her a letter in good English that she can start sending out to companies I think it will help her. After our chat Matty finished his beer and off to bed we went, it was only 9 pm but I was so tired. After a late night snack of 2 little biscuits we were both fast ...
... we went to Burger King for tea! But we had to, and it's not as if we dislike the food, it's just going to take a bit of western food before we can stomach it again. We also went to the night market which is big tourist hot-spot here. It was absolutely huge covering a lot of streets! We bought some gifts, and some clothes. As it's raining season here, it rains everyday around the same time, so having had a good look around, and bumped into Ben and Hannah of ...
... way to the ferry.
Turns out we got a sleeper boat, with a bunch of bed inside - TOO COOL. We talked and played cards for a while and then we hit the sack. We should arrive in Krabi in the morning. Over the next couple of days I'll be going to Krabi, Koh Phi Phi and Phuket, all of which are breathtakingly beautiful, and filled with opportunities for crazy adventures!
... I'm still not sure how you demonstrate meditation...you like this, see, and then you meditate and then - boom - nirvana?! After all that peace and quiet, it was surreal walking back into the maelstrom of the market - people chattering, musicians in the street, the smell of grilled meat in the air, lights everywhere. I much preferred it to the Night Bazaar, with a much wider diversity of stalls and produce (the Night Bazaar epitomises the Thai saying "same same") and a much ...
... impressive. Following the show we had the chance to go on our own little elephant trek. Unfortunately there were seats on the elephants that we had to sit on rather than being able to sit directly on the elephants back, but it was great going through the water (we weren't dunked in the water thankfully) and around the grounds of the conservation centre which is designed to look somewhat like their natural habitat. It was really good fun albeit a bit of a ...