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... the exact dates we could go somewhere together for a week at the end of August as I promised for his 50th birthday. He was going to come back to me with that asap. Andrea made some good spaghetti which we ate on our terrace where we stayed for a the evening before watching a sequel of the series Unforgettable. 22nd After breakfast we chilled for a bit and than after a bite for lunch at Victoria's pool restaurant I went into town to get the camera which was ready and as I emptied ...
... gets a private. Also, it seems to be a lot of couples traveling. I think it is a popular honeymoon destination. Regardless, I have met some really nice people so far.
The beach was fantastic. Ko Samet is a national park, so it is kept very clean. The water was clear and the sand white. The beaches stretched all around the island. Nothing super exciting happened at the beach, which is the way it is supposed to be. At night, there was a fire show at one of ...
... order for me and I got a green chicken curry, and you know what - it was one of the best green curries I have ever had. The restaurant is very basic - laminex style tables and no decor, but the food was sensational. At the end it cost me 50 THB - about $1.70 and that included a coke!
Then back to the bus (which just waited for us) and across the road to a "coffee shop". But no-one had hot coffee. Mind you it was 36 degrees outside and 80-90% ...
... 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 ...
... were very pleasant although there is always one isn't there. One night Oi lost her phone and so phoned up the number to get it back. The man on the other end wanted 300 baht or $10 to give her the phone back! I was outraged at such a blatant abuse and refused to allow her to pay the money, whilst she seemed to just be willing to stump up the money. In Thailand men are the dominant gender and I would guess that to her she felt like she had no option. So ...