Chaweng Regent Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and went for a spring roll. We were due back at the hostel for a burger and a beer with Ben and Danielle who have just taken on the hostel. We hired a car the next day we called her susie the Suzuki! Not very inventive but it caught on. We drove up to the north west of the island. Passing elephants on the way, we made it to a beach called Ao Thong Nai Pan Yai. It was a beautiful little beach and we went for a stroll up and down it. ...
... jumped on him and then jumped onto the floor; a jumping spider - what the actual Jeff is going on!? I couldn't put my feet on the floor after that, my skin was crawling! We went back and watched a film because there was nothing to do in the rain, went out late for food tonight because there was an 'important game' on for Man Utd this evening, and of course there wasn't just one football game playing because it's 'Boxing ...
... more people and around more shallow water too. It was still extremely choppy but we got to watch N.W go right down as we were on top of him. A lot of people had said there was a whale shark swimming around so we were looking out...and Eiry spotted it on the bottom so we were lucky to see one! When the divers had descended, me C.B and N.M followed N.W from above. But to do this we had to all hold hands so that we wouldn't drift away from each ...
... you who adore you, calling I love you in multiple languages, the next England, and shoes and bedtimes, washes and routines. Millie's swimming is astounding, she practices tea parties on the pool floor. Only a few months solid of daily swimming could have propelled her forward so much. But perhaps we are ready for a change of scenery and some city days. Some shopping, some street food. Bangkok smells and hustle and bustle. I think we need it to aid our acclimatisation..... 5 day ...
... beach where we met up with some Canadians we had met in Hoi an, Vietnam. This bar actually sells magic mushroom shakes here. Don't worry parents, we didn't have any (haha). I stayed to chill with our friends, while Danielle and Rory went for dinner. Following dinner, we enjoyed the nightlife which is very similar to Koh Phi Phi. Danielle and I had a blast dancing and meeting new people. So much that when we got in the taxi to get home, we found out it was 530am. ...