Harry's Bungalows & Restaurant
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Cheap and very clean! Staff very helpfull! Gorgeous swimming pool! Wifi in the room. All good!
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So I woke up at 8:40 to catch my airport transfer at 9:30. I was thinking to get breakfast but I decided to eat a muffin that I kept from the airplane. I didn't realize that there was a hole in the bag and besides the muffin I also ate ants. Itsie, bitsie tiny ants!!! So my plan to cut off meat did not work. I hope they don't make babies in my …
... down to do a bit of work and then it was time for yoga, Yin Yang today. Jana was away on her visa run so Ampinee took the class. The first half of the class we exposed the muscles to some gruelling exercise and the second half of the session was more stretching exercises which was great. It ended up being a most enjoyable experience.
After getting home and making ourselves respectable we had a respectable, and relaxing gin and tonic, after which Adri started preparing a ...
... that one bar on the fuel gauge was now flashing faster, or so it seemed. I knew we were not going make it to the petrol station and with probably 14 metres left in the tank we found a shop, about 14 meters south of Murray’s Bar, which sells one litre bottles of petrol alongside the road. Ordered one which was duly inserted into the throat of the fuel tank which happily guzzled it up, and we were on our way, still running low on one bar, but no longer flashing. We filled up ...
... sarong for Meika and shark tooth necklace for Jake). We passed one shop with the sign "genuine fake Armani suit" - I found that quite amusing. The sand here is very course - kinda like crushed up shells and gravel, and we found a lot of glass with comity rounded edges. The water was so warm! Around 30 degrees if I had to guess, but not very clear. When the kids went swimming they dove down and pulled up handfuls of black muddy ...
... being in the country for at least 15 days......so we grumpily walked back to the hotel, found Grahame's iPad, collected our bags and hailed a songathew, which is basically a pick up truck with a couple of benches in the back......arriving in Chaweng about 30 minutes later.
As we had prebooked our room at 'cheeky monkey hotel' we found our hotel and checked in to our lovely room, popped up to the rooftop infinity pool for a dip then went off to explore.
We had a ...