Banpu Resort & Spa
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... beautiful ,peaceful 20 minutes latter and lots of pictures, we head out.
Chanthaburi has created the most beautiful park. It has three connecting bodies of water and
paths going around each lake, as well as around the whole park. Three bridges to take you to
different parts of the park.
they also have a huge work out area all free. Just about every exercise machine you ...
... several beaches. In total there are just a dozen sets of bungalows to stay giving the island an incredibly sedate feel. The main beach, Saracens bay hosts 9 different places to stay and whilst it's the busiest part of the island, the bay is so huge that you are pretty much in isolation no matter where you choose to stay. The beach is made up of pure white squeaky sand and shallow crystal clear water as far as the eye can see. Hammocks, tree houses and swings line the palm trees ...
... I had hoped. Today we have been sitting in a cafe by the river side with a cold drink sunbathing a little and chit chatting. We had a lovely breakfast at our hostel, I decided to have musli with fruit and yoghurt and we then browsed around the day market for a while. Tonight we will be heading straight back to the night market to feast for the last time before we head off to Bangkok tomorrow morning! our last chance to take it easy before were in the crazy capital of ...
... Andrea went to work on her photo selection for a bit and I hang out with Long and chatted away about everything with him. He turned out to be a real nice guy with lots of interests, shame about the limited English vocabulary but still, with a bit of positive help we managed. I picked up Andrea and we walked back to relax, it was now getting almost unbearable and we drink liters of water and keep out of the sun. In the evening we went back to the village to see our film :-) ...
... were being almighty loud, shouting on phones and continually practising emergency stops. Thank God I fell asleep but It wasn't long before I heard a familiar voice hurtling towards the front of the bus ranting about being sat in the luggage hold. It was the angry man from earlier. At first it was comical. But as the shouting between both parties got more intense combined with the driver pretending to call his boss and speeding ...