Carpe Diem Hotel Restaurant
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarpe Diem Hotel Restaurant Bophut
Lovely little set up. The pool is great for lazing by or floating about in. The room is such a bargain! 3 of us are sharing a huge room with a lovely bathroom and a balcony. Fridge, flatscreen tv and even a hairdryer!
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... you loads of fun the game is a crossbreed of golf and football, where you must sink the football into the 18 holes spread across the green – using your feet. The game generally takes up to an hour provided you do not need to chase after missed shots and renegade balls. The club itself is a lovely enclave of coconut palms and vast open grounds. The course is 1500 metres and perfect for enjoying the sunny weather and cooling breezes wafting in off the ...
... the few remaining baggage items still left on the conveyor belt and we sighed a collective sigh of relief. Not sure whether anybody have similar thoughts, but I always try and get to the carousel as quickly as possible to make sure I get my baggage on the first round. Who’s to keep anybody from taking your luggage and walking right out through Customs, especially when they can see there is nobody to claim the luggage ? Maybe there’s a case to be made (no pun intended) ...
... and as i have had a major toe nail malfunction with the mixture of mozzy spray and not a good topcoat, it was constantly sticky meaning anything fluffy stuck to my nails.. Soooo i had my first ever pedicure that i have actually paid for.. It was fine, the lady was lovely and overall pretty happy with the outcome - obvs not up to my own standard ;) - with me doing it for a living... Off home to plan the next part of our ...
... to the local "Tourist Arena" to catch some Muay Thai boxing, which was quite the entertaining experience. We also wandered around some of the temples, went to a cool 3D art museum and took a day-trip to Doi Inthanon - the highest peak in Thailand. Thankfully, we didn't have to climb (we were a little tender that morning), although the views weren't so great due to the mist and rain. But we did see some beautiful waterfalls and visit a Karen Hill Tribe village. Sadly, ...
... can keep it!" He reeled it in and surprisingly Joe had caught one (not that he was bothered as he was curled up in a ball!) We lasted a record breaking 15 minutes out at sea and they had to call for the emergency boat to come out and pick us up! What an embarrassment!!! Well it was no speed boat service and it should of been for what we had to pay for this anti-sickness route back to land! But we were placed on it and on our way back to safety and stillness! ...