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Alice didn't want to know where we would be heading. Now she took some time to google every resort we are booked on at this trip. Last year in Canada we had some lesser experiences. A risk I took with this trip. But this time we have award winning resorts. So that's good. Luxury. I have a need for a certain amount of comfort. Alice woke me. By 5:30 …
... the back of your fish tank. On the ceiling is a shoal of upside down fish ie their mouth is at the top of their faces and it only works if you stand where the tv is. There are a couple of places where they haven't matched the bodies with the tails...However this doesn't stop us from cosying down for an afternoon nap.
This place is full to the brim of aging, overweight (mainly) Germans and Dutch ...
Slept in, up late, breakfasted.
I had been told there were two locations to see elephants in Hua Hin. One was the Safari Park and the the other was Elephant Village. I was told that the Elephant Village was more like a local village set up. So negotiated a cab and drove out about 8 km out of town to the Elephant Village. The tour of the village started with a 50 min elephant ride around the village. As we departed I ...
... deep with water and they had almost completely drained that section apart from a few 3cm deep areas, it had filled up from the rain! The smaller part of the pool, 16m2 at a guess had filled up "at least five inches" as said by Nana, personally I have no idea how much that is but I can tell from looking at it that it’s a lot, and all in three hours-It’s insane! And of course being in Thailand the rain has nowhere to go with dodgy drains ...
... located in Phetchaburi Province. The Project provides water for irrigation, fishery, and power generation. The dam was built in 1966 and created a reservoir of 46.5sq.km. It has become tourists attraction site with beautiful scenery, water sports, resorts and golf club.
Kaeng Krachan (Thai: แก่งก$ 19;ะจาน) is the largest national park of Thailand. The park was created on June 1981 as the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Pacific Sovereign Resort & Spa Cha-am
The resort is absolutely great. Spacious, luxiourious. However the services are a little less. In what universe dare we to charge for wifi? And then 300 Bath a day a device. A luxurious resort should provide that complimentary. Not charge ridiculous amounts because they can.
But the staff is just unfriendly and frankly not interested at all to provide you a warm welcome. Five are actually behind the desk laughing at the guests in public. Nobody in the bar. So for that only three stars. Lay off the entire staff and get people who actually care and it's easy to get five. As for the restaurants; the cooks share the staffs passion.
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