Chongfah Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... which is very endearing and each morning when they arrive for breakfast they are met with smiling faces and a warm, friendly Thai welcome,
"Swadee khrap Devil Diner, Swadee khrap Pig's Snout."
Battery Boy finishes his breakfast and leaves Video Girl to continue on while he has a massage on the beach. Battery Boy climbs up onto the massage table positioned in the shade of several coconut trees. The table has been covered ...
... and/or shorts and readied ourselves for the wet cave.
We headed in and there was no way I was going to stay dry anymore so I went for it! We all had head/hand torches which was good because it wasn’t long before we were submerged by darkness. Most of the time we were ankle or knee deep in water which was really cold but there was one point where we had to swim, I couldn’t touch the floor so poor Sue had a job! It is really hard to swim ...
Wow what a long day we had yesterday!
The day started at 3.00am with us arriving at Adelaide Airport around 4.45. We had way too much time on our hands and certainly didn't need to get there so early as we weren't required to go through customs until we hit Perth airport.
Our flight departed Adelaide at 6.30am and arrived in Perth at 8.30am (Perth time). We had until 12.00pm to occupy ourselves ...
... I looked nervously around. It was surprisingly noisy. There was birdsong, the calls of other unidentifiable creatures and the constant crackling of dead leaves tumbling down from the canopy. For a while I scanned the area above me thinking maybe monkeys were dislodging the leaves but in the hour I spent there I saw nothing more alarming than some very pretty butterflies and a orange bellied bird with a pleasant song which I later identified as a white-rumped ...
... and hit the bamboo early. I would learn soon later that my bloody knee was about to show its true colors. I woke to pee out my bamboo hut window in the middle of the night, and felt some serious pain as the blood rushed to the joint ( my knee that is...). **** balls. It really hurt. I sucked it up and slept, but the next day I was forced to sit out the hike, and lay around like a lump. At least it was in a stunning landscape!