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... meters away was our hotel (Sea Breeze Bungalows). There were fire dancers and performers going on. This was a great welcome. Most of the entertainment on this island is located on the beach. Clubs, Restaurants, Stores, Coffee shops. I like this. Every morning was a great view and very relaxing. At night you can still enjoy the beach cause there are many people around. There are many beaches so if you want to be alone you just need to stroll down till you are away from the ...
... and you can choose your mode of transport from the super quick sky train (basically an overhead metro), water taxi, road taxi, rickshaw or motorbike- whichever suits your needs!! We've not yet tried the taxis, rickshaws or motorbikes having become a little wary of offers of an hours ride for 20 baht- that's about 45p so I'm sure that's too good to be true. However, having ventured out on foot a couple of times for any distance in the heat, the rickshaws are starting ...
... to join the staff there for lunch. This was not exactly what I expected - out to the car park we went and there was another little bus waiting for us. This bus was silver outside - like the other hundred or so little buses that dropped workers off. Inside it was like a pimps paradise! sky blue leather with mirror panels, big sound system and a TV. This bus took about 8 of us about 10 minutes drive to a little restaurant called Chicken Biryani. I let ...
... nicer, which I found. Same price (about
£26), TV, fridge, faux leather sofa, huge balcon and clothes drier. OK
it's not a bungalow, but when I saw the place in the distance, it
appealed. It's no further from the beach than my bungalow at the very
back of the garden was. It's in the centre of what passes for "town"
with two 7/11's within spitting distance.
I'd hoped for cheaper ...
... believe those with white skin to be of a higher class than those with dark skin and therefore they are constantly trying to become whiter. If you try and buy face wash in Thailand it nearly always has bleach or whitening properties advertised on the bottle. Most Thais will also always cover their faces up in the sun at all costs to avoid getting darker. Add to this the fact that Thais consider nudity to be a strict no go, most of them cannot swim too well ...