Anyavee Tubkaek Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... was nice, but the crowd and tourists took away from some of the charms. Worst part was that Reema got sick from some suspicious food (hence the title), which put her out of commission for a day. That final day, we were rained in for the most part, which worked out well because Reema needed to recover, but I was able to hang out with the oh so many monkeys near the beach! Who doesn't love to see some cool monkeys?
... stuff. I was then led around the walking area. The elephant kept stopping to eat of get grass or something. The guild would make funny noises and nudge the elephant to move along. I was please to see that they weren't hitting them. About half an hour in the guild told me to sit in the elephant head. The guild took my camera and took loads of photos for me. He was led only by his voice. The elephant must have done this loads of time. The finish was going though a river, where ...
... room where I unpacked, updated, used the wifi and got ready for the night and the next day. I watched the sun set from my balcony while having a beer and read my book. It was a good afternoon.
At 7pm I went down to reception where the group was going to have an included buffet dinner. The food was good and there was plenty of it. After dinner was a fire show in front of the hotel, this time with people who were very skilled. It was a good show and ...
... t always go to plan and if we arrive in Kuala Lumpur anytime before midday it'll be a result. So it's time to say goodbye to Thailand. Bangkok, Chang Mai, Pai, Koh Tao, Ko Samui and Phi Phi have all been great fun! We will miss Pad Thai and Chang Beer and seeing pictures of the King everywhere (We still haven't found out why they love him so much.) Malaysia and Singapore are our last two stops of our tour of South East Asia before our flight to New Zealand on the 31st. Speak soon Rob and Chelsea ...
... main deck. Maybe eighty people in there with at least the same again downstairs and a dozen standing on deck at the back with a mountain of luggage. Waiting to board we talked to a thirty-something English guy and wife. He said he has a pub in Cirencester but spends a lot of the time travelling. A month in Vietnam, and after Thailand, Malaysia etc. and his dad has a house in the Alps. A woman came and asked how we were getting back. We said that we were going another ...