Gillhams Fishing Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out to be one of those tour groups that plague the beach in the afternoon. ***** please, were regulars.
On our last day in Ao Nang we had a late breakfast and decided to try and save some money and just stay on the beach in Ao Nang rather than getting a long tail. It didn't last long. The beach was pretty unimpressive compared to Phra Nang, and there was a funny smell coming from the sewer running behind the beach... so we hopped on a ...
... and friends.. I had myself a little frustrated pity party.
This lasted an hour or so.. I picked myself back up and reminded myself of where I am. What I have to experience.
I bundled myself in bed with the infamous bug net, got some sleep and awoke happy for a new day, a fresh start!
Booked out of the hotel and got my money back to look elsewhere! ...
... in finger) and swimming costumes in the process...too stubborn to turn back and admit defeat. Add this to hiking up ice, mountains, ruins, waterfalls, 1'000 old stairs covered in tree trunks and jungle in 40 degrees and you realise, while we are habitual creatures of comfort, stress is a result of having too much control, while humble happiness is a result of having no control over your fate in the environment at all and often laughing as ...
... impressive and a small part of me wants to play, but I know I'm not at that level and im definitely not that flexible. We head back to our bungalow. The front desk told us the music on the beach would be done at midnight...liars. it's 12:30 and we are 30 feet from the bar and the music is blaring so loud our bungalow is shaking. This bed is even harder than the last...and the pillow, psh. Want to know what it's like? Get the thinnest yoga mat you ...
... s nest soup and these puppies sell for up to $10,000 per kilogram. The soup is a delicacy in Chinese culture and is thought to give an overall benefit to the immune system ... and libido, among other things.
Due to this high demand, and the supply being scarce, these caves are heavily guarded by locals that live at the entrances year round, and will wave a machine gun at anyone that gets a little too close. Bob told us tales of a few personal encounters. ...