Seeka Boutique Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... again and travellied up the Ao Po marina, north east of island, and another day down to Ao Chalong bay in south east. Unlike Koh Samui however, the traffic is hideous, and I confess to feeling a lot more comfortble when we made it back alive to the hotel.
I confess that I have no real desire to come back to Patong. Maybe the next visit will be on a yacht at somewhere quieter like Ao Chalong bay.
... of all kinds, many schools and colleges, with students who bring a costume separately for each institution. I was hit by thye very beautiful Indian girls with their brightly colored sari and a special grace but also males are cute, in short, a beautiful race, rather tall and well proportioned.I drank my first tea with milk and ginger, I bought bananas, spent only 5 euro for the excursion and tomorrow I will spend 10 for a tour that will take me all day out of town to ...
... 9 we had gone through all the games we could think of, drank the hostel out of vodka and were pretty worse for where! We headed out to the bars and watched another live band play while we finished off an entire tower of beer! We then had our first night club experience which was pretty cool, the place was huge and decked out pretty swanky, so we danced the night ...
... some of the boy things to keep the lads happy. Smartly done is the fact that all the boy things are in one place - shooting range, go karts and cobra show - so yes we did all 3 activities. Then back to Patong, the boys went back to the room and Pete and I walked some more and went for a drink and some lunch. Then a swim in the pool and back out in the afternoon to sample riding in a tuk tuk. Souped up tuk tuks are the order of the day with ...
... and no dresser with drawers for underwear, socks, etc. The walk to the beach is short but not comfortable. You share the traffic lanes. The very small sidewalks - if available - are used to park motorcycles or cars. Crossing a street is dangerous because the cars and motorcycles won't stop for pedestrians - even on crosswalks - just like in China. Thai people don't like to walk - they are using for each meter their ...