How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maret
... need to look up the meaning of cholesterol.
We also stopped off at the Tops supermarket and saw avocados for the first time here. It seems like the avocado season is starting up, so that’s good news for me. Also saw some cheese sticks which I love and bought a pack of those. Had some later with a Leo beer but I must admit, they were not actually that good, cannot be remotely compared to the ones that Woollies sells, or the ones that Zoe’s used to make ...
... t seen in like 2 months. You miss the most little things in life when away, like I can't wait for a good old soak in a bubble bath instead of a shower that's literally stuck on the wall on top of a toilet. That day we just chilled, like normal catching rays and getting in as much sun as we could. On the beach until sunset and great photography skills by myself if I do say so myself. Then for the long treck to our little beach bungalow, a whole 10 yards away. Out that evening, well ...
... that night. Now about half way to Fisherman's Market, figured I'd just suck it up and walk the rest. So much for getting a bit dressed up and wanting relaxing night, I arrived sweaty and tired. Oh well, still in Thailand and eating on the beach. Had a nice dinner and raised a glass to AnnMarie's birthday, which is today, and had a nice walk on the beach. Not wanting to repeat the late night scooter ride, headed home before it got too late and the taxis went missing, got a ride back to the ...
Set up massage parlour in the nature reserve during the rain. Very romantic, but risk of peeping Toms.
Tried Boudoir. Closed, walking in the rain. Stopped at the local corner resto for lunch and chat. Brilliant food for super cheaps. Wacthing the rain among the coconuts and scooters. Fried morning glory.
Dinner at boudoir, weird vibe where the French lady both tried to say she ...
... myself; I could have packed all my PhD problems into the wish lantern and let them float away.
We had signed up for an all-day boat trip the following morning to Koh Tao for snorkeling. Shane booked us with a small company a friend had recommended that that offered private tours with no more than ten people per boat, a local guide and boat captain, and diving instructors (for those who were scuba diving). Fortunately they also spoke English (the owners were ...