Mooban Talay Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... on the island your hotel is then just let them know. If you get there before 6pm I believe the price is 50 baht (at least that is what I paid to return on the main ferry). The private boat taxi waited till there was a minimum 10 people to make the trip. So I waited about 45 minutes. The boat was very fast and I was on the island in 15 minutes. The regular ferry is about 45 minutes.
When I arrived at 10pm, I was dropped off on the beach in front of the Sea Breeze restaurant ...
... we are rested and inspired. The plans look to have changed and it's likely we are going to hit Burma next, then southern India for Christmas before taking a tour of the north. The prospect of doing north India by ourselves was pretty daunting and we have both been feeling like it was going to be hard work so instead we have decided to try and book a 15 day tour we have seen to see the main highlights (and have some handholding!). That's the plan anyway and we'll keep you ...
... that I did not recognise.
Still, shoved it down and then out to meet the bus taking us to the plant. I was there helping Ross with an implementation - Ross is from Australia but currently he is working and living in Korea until the end of the year. Also staying at our hotel is Nicky. She is Ross's girlfriend and also lives and works in Korea and is also here to work with the GM plant but a totally different section.
We climbed in the ...
Well it's the start of another work week so I guess that means times to update you on my recent adventures. Two weeks ago Carolyn and myself went to Bangkok for the weekend. We wanted to see Bangkok from high up, so we chose two of the tallest towers in Bangkok. We checked in to our hostel and headed to Baiyoke Tower II. It took us a little while to get there but we found it. We walked up to the counter and the lady said 300 baht, which is around $10. It may not seem like much to you but ...
... just a pan and bucket of water which isn't too fun on a hangover and funny tummy.
However we enjoy swimming in the sea and look forward to going out to watch the match later in the evening.
The clientele of the place has changed now its the weekend and Koh Samet is packed with groups of trendy young Thai's and the bars are much more lively.
We watch a boxing match in Naga, a bar with really loud, abrasive music and meet a couple to watch the ...