Eastin Easy Siam Piman
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... carries it to a different location. This floating market is quite different in that all food and flowers are sold out of small boats. They even cook on these boats. It's quite different than anything I've seen! Its really colorful. We could also hold a Loris monkey they're so cute, they look like little people. A lot of people try to smuggle them in the country- I can see why. We could also hold a giant snake- they say it ...
It was goodbye to paradise and hello to the big city. Our flight was at 1pm so we had our pickup at 11 from the hotel. After breakfast we packed up our things, we only had 15kg luggage so we had to be rash on leaving some things behind. We could pay for extra at the airport so not too bad, we managed to get it down to around 17ish each plus our hand luggage packed to capacity. The flight was only 1 hour 5 minutes and because it was domestic we only had to be at ...
... in somehow. Overall the children were... little. I think is the main way to describe them. It was clearly mixed ability classes at Wattana. I'm not really sure how I felt about today. It's that awkward period where it's too early to feel like you can do it by yourself but you're encouraged to anyway, and in doing so I made a lot of simple mistakes with the very minimal responsibility I was given. My ...
... a pizza! Next island was Koh Phangan, where we decided to have a holiday within a holiday (haha!) and check into a nice resort as it was Will's birthday and the Full Moon Party! Upgraded to a lovely bungalow on beach after a few complaints and reunited with Al and Toby again and their friends from home, a few chang's were definitely needed! Spent the day relaxing around the pool and waiting in a super market for 2 hours until they were able ...
... and paint. They are seen everywhere in Thailand and are a cheaper form of transport than taxis. The name comes from the sound that comes from the small engine that powers it. There are thousands of these vehicles in Thailand and they are especially common in the tourist areas. We easily find one as we leave our hotel, ensure our driver knows where we want to go, and agree on a price. We speed off and with being in the open air it sure feels like we are going too ...