Lam Sai Village Hotel
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... we all headed into the centre of town. There was a massive market all along the street, so many people, stages with things going on (lots of dancing). We were a little too adventurous with the food and tryed squid on a stick, which turned out to be pretty uncooked and very chewy! We did have some really nice pork on a stick though and some amaxing chicken spring rolls. All the locals were wearing yellow shirts ...
... individual and I was a happy girl.
Our search for suitable clothes for Paul lead us across the street and into Platinum mall - 5 floors of pop-up style shops. Within 2 hours we were kitted out with everything we needed, and decided to celebrate our (or his) efficient nature over lunch. We wandered further down the street to a noodle bar Tracey recommended. Sadly when we got there the place had been completely renovated and with shiny new counters, as shiny new menu ...
... a few weeks ago.
We eat at the guest house again before Jai retires to the room to watch some Thai soaps on TV and I wander to Gecko Bar on the corner for a quiet beer and to sit and watch the wierd go by. That was an accidental typo but I have left it as a reasonable description of the world that was passing !!
I return to the room about 21:30 actually feeling more awake than I have all ...
... in terrible condition and even a struggle with a quad bike due to the dips, trenches and crevices in the roadway.
The journey was well worth it, as for a while we had the whole beach to ourselves. You could see across to some of the limestone islands in the bay from the beach and the water was very warm.
That night we went out for dinner after eating at our resort the night before. The island is largely Muslim populated and not all restaurants ...
... I was sat there I was tempted, but I didn't. Don't worry mum/dad.
We manage to flag down a taxi i was in the front and Alex thought this was the perfect time to ask about a ping pong show. The taxi guy talking about it was one of the funniest things. He was like a naughty school boy. He said he only went because he had free tickets. Alex asked what happened. The guy lean over me and said 'do you mind' as he reached down toward my ...