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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and go down the earth to see a beautiful shrine inside the cave. This place is unique and filled with energy brought by people who come to pray here.The sun has almost risen. Before it gets too hot we get out from the cave and come back to our bungalow to pack up and to take a boat back to the car. We arrive to the parking spot at 10 AM and start our journey to Bangkok.
On the way we decide to treat ourselves with ...
... in the Sunday, as some had also left. I had my last day on the Sunday 27th, which was sad to leave. I had made some great friends there, some in particular will greatly miss, and had such an amazing time being with the elephants, and feeling like you are helping to make a difference in their lives, and bring happiness since they have all been mistreated. By the end of the two weeks though my body was glad for the upcoming rest as it was pretty hard ...
... North and over in to Laos, and she's planning to follow me at the end of the month. Before she left we were able to have three days in Hua Hin, Which coincided deliciously with the Thai new years Water festival of Songkran. Epic day was had with Bex and Nika, showing them our favourite restaurants and having long meals of chat, and the next day bedlam ensued. We met Shannon and Craig and proceeded in to a city-wide water fight that resulted in us making the rounds of 6 bars ...
... put it. It's not really worth trying to explain it, but if you have the chance, it should be on your bucket list.
After we got back down the mountain from the cave we went into the ocean which was the perfect way to recover from the long hike down. I drove for part of the way home on the scooter which was really fun. I can see how people get addicted to it. But a little dose of reality hit when one of the scooters in our convoy took a spill. They were ...
... the ocean and away from the noise. After that was sorted the relaxing began. Breakfast was leisurely each morning, the pool awaited us every day, and the free shuttle took us 15 mins down the road into town when we wanted a change. The biggest decisions we had to make each day has been "should I have the Thai Green Curry, or something new" and "what kind of massage do we feel like today?"
There have been various memories during the 10 ...