Andaman Seaview Hotel
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... usual at about 10.30 as I was walking down to the beach. So I went to the bar to enjoy a continental breakfast hoping to meet the fascinating Russian woman who had bewitched me last week. But nothing, so I had to content myself with Alain who is awaiting the arrival of his friends from Belgium. Meanwhile, he today was surrounded by his friend,,, dog, a mutt wandering with whom he became friends five years ago. Whenever Alain goes to the beach he is found by the dog who only ...
... about her behaviour. What we had confused as banter was a weird love of Jess. Even after mild counselling from Katherine and new acquaintances, he professed that he wanted no one else, no man or woman, Jess was the only one for him. We sensibly ended the night at 5.30, excited for our 8.30 am day excursion. Wicked. Pumped. Day 13 Somehow we managed to arise from our short 2 hour sleep and headed out to wait for our pick up and transfer to the boat. We waited 20 mins ...
... there was a beach and a small shopping mall with a supermarket, pub and an ice cream parlour. The night we got there we ordered a takeaway from a local restaurant and had it in the room. This seemed to be much better than eating in the hotel itself as it was pretty overpriced there.
The following week was spent sunbathing by the pool, eating Hannah's fabulous home made sandwiches (yum!), cooking a few tasty dinners in our own kitchen (how we've ...
... but we could not be convinced to buy a small laser to create our own light show! It is an early pick up tomorrow for our trip with Phuket Sail Tours to Phang Nga Bay by speed boat. The trip includes various extras such as canoeing, eating and a local village and maybe get see a few monkeys. We are looking forward to seeing some of the islands and having a change of ...
... to hike our way up to Big Buddha. Had we known what we were in for, we probably would have found another way of getting there, but anyways we thought it would be wise to follow Steve's directions. The trek started out innocently enough: paved road, houses on either side and a small incline. As our 1.5 hour trek continued, paved roads turned to dirt roads, turned to dirt path, turned to essentially nothing but small clearance in the jungle. The incline also got ...