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... huge buffet breakfast, during which time Dad continually mocked the overwhelming snobby and quite frankly disgustingly self obsessed Russian tourists that can be seen in almost any direction. We returned to the rooms to pick up our towels, sunscreens and reading material, before we headed down to our own "garden side pool". On the way to the pool, Dad witnessed another Russian female strutting away showing off her overly expensive bracelet, before ...
... herbs such as lemongrass and galangal are used to prepare this dish. Before making the satay, it is required to pound coriander root, salt, pepper and garlic together in a mortar. Ingredients used for the Satay Gai are chicken, garlic, coriander leaves, salt, black pepper, fish sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, coconut milk, lemongrass, shallots, ginger and vegetable oil.
Yam Talay is a well-known Thai salad, made of seafood. ...
... sell Doug a suit or shirt! We would have to get a new bag if he said yes! We found a deli down the road and treated ourselves to some Western sarnies and drink before we walked into the town and had a look round. There were loads of restaurants and shops but it still felt like a resort. We walked back to the guesthouse and chose some DVD's from the huge collection downstairs then we headed up to catch up on some rest and watch a film or 2 before we got ourselves ready to go and get ...
... Kat says to wait to snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia to see amazing creatures! Apparently its where the great white sharks like to hang out and I'm not sure but it might be one of the 7 wonders of the world. That means i will have been to 2/7 on this trip!!
The cars here don't have an option for heat. lol i find it so funny. Just cool to freezing temperatures. ...
... island to see the sunset. It really wasn't that far (the island is very small itself) so it only took us 10 minutes or so. But when we got there we had a perfect view of the sunset, sitting in a bar with a view of the beach, sea and sun. We had drinks and dinner there and it really was a fabulous way to end our time there. Before we knew it, we were back in Bangkok again and it was my final time there (Sam is there until the end of the week). We had a late lunch in ...