Baan Karonburi Resort
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... a seat in between them. It made flying so far
that much bearable! There were enough seats for lots of the people on the plane
to lay across hole row of three seats and I got to do that for about an hour or
so too to get some sleep.
Long-distance flying is the worst thing in the world. We
arrived into Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at around 5:30 so it was a 9 hour flight.
We didn’t have tv screens in front of ...
Visit to massage parlour on the beach but I tried a manicure and pedicure. After the masseuse prodded Stephens calf he ran away and stayed at an unreachable distance until I had finished my treatment. Afternoon cycle ride to local market and through national park. When I pedalled fast enough managed to get a bit of breeze across my ...
... from people. Stu generally moped about forlornly draped over rocks or other sitting areas wishing he was anywhere but where he was. He felt rancid. We finally got back in the car for the journey home. Everyone had had enough, none more so than Stu. The kids kept up a loud irritating chatter/fighting all the way home so by the time we pulled up at the resort everyone was on their last nerve. Leah and I took the kids to the kids pool ...
... m so happy we went. Some scenes actually had elephants walking across the stage or between the audience, one scene had a river come out of nowhere(literally one minute there wasn't any water and the next there was a river across the stage which was deep enough for a man to fully jump in to) and another scene was based in the ocean so it looked like it had fishies swimming around and then it looked like a guy came diving from the top in order to swim from the bottom and get ...
... our post lunch jungle walk. Poisonous spiders, 1000 year old trees and more photo opportunities. The last legs were sea gypsy settlements and finally snorkels and rope swings at Krabi. It was brilliant, we saw banana eating striped fish close up and swam in clear warm water. We had dinner at a local restaurant, spiced down food and first phuket roti. We miss the Chiang Mai food, it was so much ...