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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... as long as our bodies could cope. I was in the sea within about 10 minutes! Beginning to feel slightly glad the weather had been cloudy for the last 3 weeks. It was intense. We did a bit of snorkelling and then decided to explore the island. Railay is quite small, basically a self contained island with a stunning beachfront and a small village set back between the high cliffs and trees. We managed to walk from Railay West to East in about an hour, stopping for lunch ...
... skewer(satay). Had a couple of lively bands n musicians along the way, and the bars were packed to the brim. Almost like a Thailand Jonker street so to speak. Although you definitely won't find fried scorpions/cockroaches/god-knows-what ready to eat on Jonkers! Finished the day with some Thai massage that wasn't very good around the hotel. Finally went to the revolving sky view point at the topmost floor of ...
... br> One of the things that made me so excited was the fact that when the music was playing, number one of the playlist was "There Was A Time" by none other than Laura Michelle Kelly. I had a proper fan girl moment when I heard it. I excitedly told Gayoon about her coming from the island and she seemed impressed. I was just shocked that I was hearing that song in Thailand when I don't even hear it in England. Hearing it made me feel slightly more comfortable though ...
... my bathroom being outside on the balcony... definitely gave some people a few frights whilst fighting with the shower head), this bustling hostel had me feeling immediately at home with an extremely laid-back atmosphere and lots of free books/resources lying around. Chris still very kindly took a lot of time out of his work schedule to come and meet me at my hostel throughout my stay, taking me on guided tours of the city and its surrounding areas. Being a linguist, he had ...
... to the hotel, given time for Matty to learn his common phrases, skyped the parents and let Matty have a nap it was time to meet the rest of the group and go for tea. We went to what is probably classed as quite an expensive restaurant for this area and had the most gorgeous food (see picture) we had spring rolls to start and then we both had a mussuman chicken curry, I had a strawberry daiquiri and Matty have a Shinga beer, the meal cost us around 1000 bhat for everything which is ...