Banburee Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... way, the last few weeks have had me feeling ambivalent about leaving. Part of the magic of Thailand is undoubtedly its innocence. Something - maybe the lack of colonisation - has meant that life here can be lived in a bubble that is as far removed from the real world. The students here keep their childhood for a charmingly long time. It's hard to imagine 18 year old teenagers in Australia squealing over pictures of my little pony or excitedly clapping their ...
... and the wee one was feeding me as well as herself so the family was all taken with her antics, I reckon it’s just that I was way off the beaten track that they don’t get western tourist here often!
Next day I strangely had a western woman passing me on bicycle while I had stopped to take a picture, she stopped asking if I was the new teacher? She is waiting on someone to replace her colleague and thought I was her, we ...
I have lost count of how many minibuses we have been on in Thailand, but I'm willing to guess at over 100 by now. This one was just as strange an experience as all the others, you know the drill. The only slightly more odd thing about this journey was that the driver managed to fit 15 people into a 13 person minibus, plus heaps of luggage with one family who clearly feeds the whole of Thailand bringing on bags upon bags of rice and curry. Eve and I kept sharing glances of ...
... there merrily drinking beer before I arrived. I guess it pays to put the kilometers behind you before dark.
Given the kind nature of the restaurant owners, you know, the ones that kindly treated Charles to beers, we thought it would be prudent to return to their restaurant in the morning to pay them respects, and possibly obtain a free meal or two from them. I can just hear you thinking, "what a pair of low-down, freeloaders those two have become!" Well, ...
Bit of a long one, sorry folks! So on Tuesday it was goodbye Ko Samui, back to mainland, and on to Koh Sok National Park. If only it was that simple. The Thai people are a lovely nation of people; kind, polite, generally good humoured...but my word, when they want to sell you something, they sure do tell you exactly what you want to hear. We were sold our transport to Koh Sok from Ko Samui: Vicky's understanding of it was that a bus would pick us up from the hotel, come on the ...