Pimnara Boutique Hotel
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... the rest of the evening chilling out on the boat chatting away, before calling it a night, deciding to sleep inside the cabin tonight as it was a bit chiller. Thursday felt much like Wednesday on repeat which was fantastic. More sailing, swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing. The first stop of the morning was at a small island and while everyone else decided to venture over to the island, I took the chance to chill out on the boat having it all to myself, reading my book ...
Yikes! Almost Christmas, and what a strange place to be – in a country of Buddhists and Muslims, and most of the tourist population Russian, in 90 degree heat and humidity, and lots of fake pine trees decorated with lights and garland at every turn. Christmas in all its gaudiness and commercialism. We're reserved to celebrate a Christmas Eve dinner at an Austrian restaurant among others who share some of the ...
... so here is a sample of what I've been eating.
Thai seafood (shirmp, squid, small fish), boiled veg, tuna chilli side dish and bamboo worms (insects are a popular thai snack, i've already tried fried tiny frogs and grasshoppers so thought I'd try these):
Khanom Tan - ...
... old building and had the most amazing view of the bay. I did wonder at one point if we were safe following 5 men into a derelict building!!?? Wouldn't do it at home!
We went back along the coast to Rawai Beach , they have fresh sea food stalls and then you can choose a restaurant to cook your food for you. We didn't choose well, the restaurant was fine but the fish was not so great, we thought it was grouper but the flesh was very chewy and not the best fish we have ...
... a 2 level boat with about 100 people. We went to 4 little islands in the ocean on the southwest tip of thailand, heading to the Phang Nga province. Each stop got better and better, a canoe ride on a small 3 person canoe with our personnel guide in a underground river lined with 20 wild monkeys greating us at the cave entry and inside were bats and stalegtites and stalegmites, and lot of eagles were circling over the top of the sland. The next island was a canoe ride in ...