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... last bus into town, as did our entire
flight. The queue for a taxi took nearly an hour. As we neared the front of the
line, a woman casually joined the line directly in front of us and looked down
at her phone texting as if shed been there the whole time. The Chinese are not
as polite or serious about queuing as the Britts, and the little royalists in
me wasn’t going to be having this. This had happened to us in the past in lines
... we were
greeted with coconut milk and an English speaking staff member. We were in
heaven from the getgo! We opted to upgrade for a minimal cost to the executive
room. Up on the 16th floor we had a living room, two bathrooms and a
patio that overlooked the coast and private beach. The weather was a polar
opposite to the day befores torrential rain so we slapped on some sun screen
and ran to the pool area before heading to the beach. The hotel has ...
... is huge!!
Since this was off season, it was not too busy and we had no problem getting
into restaurants for dinner without making reservations.
The beach was disappointing for 2 reasons. One was the beach in front of the hotel was clean
and maintained but once past the resort, not so much-garbage, bottles, broken
glass littered the sand. It did not make walking the surf very enjoyable. The second reason was ...
... been listening to Helen talk to me and that she must be so very smart. They began asking questions about how Helen and I knew one another, when had Helen started learning English, was she able to understand everything I said, etc. Helen hit sensory overload, turned about 10 shades of red and frantically said to me, "We have to leave. We have to get out right now." I replied, "No freaking way."
We had been waiting in that queue line for at least ...
... loved but also the many couples (of all ages) giggling their way around each floor.
It actually sounded like a childrens playgroud as each painting had 'a thing/point/place’ where a person stands ...