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 ...
... imagine it is quite busy. Another thing I love about markets is the shock to your senses... The smells are often overwhelming and such a combination of things, you really can't place what you're smelling; the noise is a mixture of chatter, utensils clattering, music and loud battering and people beckoning you to their stalls with promises of "best price, best price!"; the tastes at a market truly are the best, although they can range from cow's tongues to crickets! But you ...
... pay and have to buy their own guns and radio's ( mind you thats easy enough here if you have the money) so they supplement the meagre earnings with graft. He tells us Patong is one of the most desired Police postings because of how much they can make and police pay Bangkok bureaucrats 1m baht to get a posting to Patong. Later in the day we see them at work collecting fines from scooter riders not wearing helmets.
We drive via Kata beach and the club med area, we hear about the ...
... women, with tea, coffee, and treats. There is a cinema. A gym. Internet access in every room. Sleeping rooms where you can sleep overnight if you wish. The place is 24 hours. Everything mentioned is included in a single price: 20 dollars. There are extra optional costs, that are also pretty affordable, like massages, salons, etc..
I realized at the minimum price I would be saving money if I slept there. And for some extra money I could have a shot at fixing ...
... 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 ...