Aonang Princeville Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... with similar skills. It was me and a gentleman who lives in Malaysia, but originally from England. Our dive master was a guy named Ryan who is from Calgary. He used to flip houses for a living and decided to flip his lifestyle and now dives everyday as a job. Amazing. Diving in Asia is interesting because they measure the air in bar and not psi. This was a little confusing at first but I was able to adapt. Our first dive was a wall dive. Great coral, lots ...
... I pried the sliding door open so people could stretch and go for a bathroom break. Luckily for us we had two Canadians right in front of us - we called them Red Deer and Katy Nanaimo. It helped pass the time and we learned there seem to be a lot of Canadians traveling for long periods of time and not working :) Our property or cottage or house is the worst of the lot at the Malee Seaview Resort. I equate it to having ...
Good Vibes upon arrival to Ao Nang. Amy still feeling a bit ******, but the vibe improved our day.
Took a motorcycle tuktuk to our hotel which is about 6km out of Ao Nang.
I immediately rented a motor bike and popped into town. Amy crashed in our amazingly clean room for a much needed nap.
I came back and got some food and now we are watching a movie. Life is good today.
... all year round apart from maybe 6 weeks during Jan-Feb so visitors can see the picture postcard green rice fields almost anytime of the year. He said to avoid January as it can rain all day and night constantly which made us realise we made the right decision making a side step trip here now rather than on our way to Australia in the new year. On the day tour we visited a number of temples (80% of the people here are Hindus) however Indonesia as a whole is predominantly an ...
... woman told Joe that we should check the "Lost and Found". As we headed down stairs I saw the lady that took me to baggage claim earlier and she had a bright smile on her face and waved me over. I didn't want to get too excited because I didn't see my passport but then she waved my beautiful faded blue passport in the air like a flag of victory and I was overjoyed and relieved at the same time!!! After all that drama, the rest of the day was pretty ...