Hakuna Matata Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... were ladies shorts! The girls also had matching outfits! Back at the hotel we ordered tea , as we had a long night ahead so we ordered two mains each, which I regretted later ! Once we were dressed in our matching outfits it was time for the body paint ! And then of course ring of fire ! We arrived at the beach about 1145 , arriving we bought a few buckets and this is when we first saw the sheer amount of people ! About 20 thousand people, even more? The 5 of ...
... NYE dinner. He said it was too expensive, we were expensive and he should get breakfast and threatened to report us to Agoda. Oh Joy.
We advised Mike that maybe we should give this man the opportunity to cancel as he looked like he was going to be a nightmare of a guest. Mike refused. Instead he wrote to him in Swedish and offered him a free breakfast in his room. He replied and basically told him to shove his cornflakes where the ...
... coke, sprites, M&Ms and we relied on them daily during our time in Thailand. I found one across the road and bought us some goodies including a strawberry fanta slushie! We sat back down and began the waiting game.
During our wait we were entertained by a local Thai man who approached us and began chatting. We instantly got our backs up as we were waiting for him to try and sell us something, but the time never came. He was simply a friendly man (a former monk no less) ...
... and oranges filled the sky and what an amazing view it was. Our evening was filled with a healthy feast of sweet and sour chicken, squid fried rice, mushrooms fried with shrimps and spring rolls, a few bottles of beer and card games with our Irish friends, Sinead and Dara (yes, they are actually their names!). We move on tomorrow, but only down the road to Haad Rin, we are both so happy we have decided to stay an extra few nights on this lovely ...
... at the Barrio Latino for dinner. Drinks were drank and enchiladas, burritos and nachos were devoured. Dave, the good friend that he is, stepped up again and offered to take us from Lamai to Chaweng for the show. Good thing we booked a table. We waked in right on time and the only empty seats were the ones we reserved in the second row. Perfect. The show started. It ...