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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our second Day in Patong was lazier than the first. We stayed around the pool in the morning after breakfast and well into the afternoon and set off for shopping again at Jungceylon but this time we were armed with umbrellas. As you would expect of course the rain stayed away. A drink at the Irish Pub and the successful purchase of a mobile power supply had us wandering home down the walking street and along Taweewong road. Here we stopped for dinner at this nice looking restaurant ...
... the essentials... An appliance converter (which I recommend buying here as mine at home was $10 and this one was virtually the same and cost me $6 with all my other things), cookies (I'm on vacation!), clothespins to hang my clothes once I run out of clothes, toothpaste and coffee (hoping this tastes more like coffee than the tar at the hotel). Sorry for the silly details but these are the kind of questions my mom asks.... And I assume at this point, she is ...
... bit too fast or a bit too slow for the acts, but it added to the charm! Then we went for a late dinner, and my last dinner in South East Asia, (also had a cheeky pancake as its the last night) before going to the 7/11 to get some beer and we headed off to the beach to ring in the new year! After hours of fireworks displays we didn't really notice midnight had come and gone, I've never seen that many fireworks going off in one ...
My family took me on a trip to paradise and let's just say we can be thankful that I came back.
After being offered a job at the Similan national park, a camera zoomed into my ...
Thai breakfast: coffee, Gan Keo Wan Kai (green curry), 2 thai soups - Geng Leeang, Geng Jert Dowhoo moosad (no traditional breakfast in thailand, Thai's eat any food at any time of the day, I even like spicy food in the morning now)
Som tam (papaya salad): ...