Mooban Talay Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... when we went to breakfast, we saw that one table was "reserved". Our hearts were warmed when we saw this elderly couple come up to the the table. The waitress hugged both of them and while the rest of us served ourselves, the staff brought coffee, juice and food to the table of this couple. This small bay in the Gult of Thailand is representative of everyone. I am so grateful to be here, with Don, and to appreciate the beauty that surrounds ...
... Mind you, lots of people can afford scooters - they are everywhere and generally with 2, 3 or 4 people on them.
Many of the big double decker buses are brightly painted with colourful murals. It was quite odd to see buses painted with Mickey Mouse, or Snow White and even one with Santa Claus and his reindeer! Others had more Asian-like motifs.
Work is work, so not all that interesting. But at lunch time (11 AM!) we headed across to the ...
... the many passengers on board. However, we arrived at Ban Phe in one piece and docked next to another boat where we then had to manouver ourselves onto the pier. Whew! What a bloody mission! We discovered that we had docked at a different pier than we had left from so found our way back to that one and booked a bus to Bangkok. We arrived back in Bangkok and took the Skytrain to Ekkamai station again where we took a taxi back to Bangalumpu for 100baht which was much better than a ...
... get fuel and would be back in 30 mins Laurie & I were deeply suspicious after hearing the stories of theft. After an hour and a half of waiting for the bus to come back everyone was getting tense. "That's it they are def stealing our stuff" Laur says. After 2 hours the bus turns up saying that it had broken down, we were still suspicious but hoped our bags would be intact by the time we got to Koh Samet. We got dropped off at the pier to catch the bus, ...
... next bar further down the river, where the staff will haul you in on the end of a rope. Or, as most people do, you can just walk. We chose option 1, enjoying the novelty of floating down the Nam Song in search of our next bucket. And despite numerous tubing-related cuts, bruises and rope burns, plus the loss of sunnies and flipflops (RIP pink Havs, you almost made it all the way) and SRG's traumatic / hilarious near-death drowning experience (body and ...