Lam Sai Village Hotel
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Well today has been very, very emotional. I woke up at 7am and went to go to the bathroom where I left my battery charger and battery in there overnight, and it was gone, someone had taken it! Because I was tired, this really, really bothered me, I was so frustrated at myself for leaving it in there, and also at the person who stole it! How dare they! I can't understand these kind of people, even if I saw a brand new phone in the bathroom, I would never ...
... so we searched for one that did.
On the second day, we asked Don about doing a tour of the islands in the bay and he said he would take us as he has his own longtail boat and does tours himself for guests from other resorts on the island.
We jumped on the boat and started off by cruising past a sea gypsy village. They live on huts on stilts in the sea. Don had a kayak strapped to his boat, so the next stop on the boat tour was for paddling on ...
... in the emergency exit aisle. She was f'n crazy you this and that. Never have experienced one going fully crazy in front of a plane full of people. Needless to say she woke up the whole plane with her shouting and raving. Lesson learned: don't tell a local to comply with regulations as they will go 'loco' on you. lol Got to my dear friend Lek (who is the best travel agent) to organise our trip through Thailand and once again she was FAB. It is so nice to walk in and ...
... views and the breeze was very pleasant even at 7am (it was already 32 degrees). The early bird catches the worm and due to arriving so early for this attraction we got away without paying, bit cheeky but we are on a tight budget so perhaps we could be forgiven this one time! After that we headed for Wat Pho, another temple that houses the largest reclining Buddha image which sits at 15m high and 43m long, it is quite incredible. It's so large they had to build the temple around ...
The next day was spent in bed suffering again with whatever this bug is that won't shift!
Later in the evening we waited for the coach to Chiang Mai to collect us for the hostel. 20 minutes later a taxi arrives which was strange and said he was taking us to the coach. 10 minutes later he kicks us out on the middle of a Bangkok highway and we are led by another thai gentleman through the moving cars to a ...