Mooban Talay Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... you leave. I had originally planned to have a beach week for my last week, but I decided to do one week at the Sappraiwan Elephant Sanctuary and then spend a couple days on the beach by myself before I fly to Kathmandu. The friends I met up with were doing their beach week with Greenway.) The other girls were staying at a much nicer hostel called Sin Samut, and I got a room in the "garden". You walk into the hostel past a bunch of really nice but very public rooms ...
... to join the staff there for lunch. This was not exactly what I expected - out to the car park we went and there was another little bus waiting for us. This bus was silver outside - like the other hundred or so little buses that dropped workers off. Inside it was like a pimps paradise! sky blue leather with mirror panels, big sound system and a TV. This bus took about 8 of us about 10 minutes drive to a little restaurant called Chicken Biryani. I let ...
... if Goong had not been driving by just at that point, but when I finally saw the snake, I quickly stepped backwards and let it slide away into the underbrush. Like moose blending into the Maine forests, this snake was no longer visible, no longer there, but now I was again made aware to watch where I walked. Lucky encounter!
Other animals that live here are the friendly geckos, frogs of all kinds, lizards, more insects that could ...
I said we should go along the main road to try and call a taxi in. All the taxi drivers were *****, we could see they all had metres but none of them would turn it on for us. One said 300 Bht, so that was a no no. Another one was 200 Bht and I tried to get him to put a metre on but he said he wouldn't because there are four of us with big bags, what kind of an excuse is that?
After a couple more we had enough so we went back ...
... and we carted our gear for 10 mins to find a Songthaew taxi, and relieved we were to get one because carting luggage is energy sapping even for a minute in the middle of the day heat.
We reached the pier and bought our ferry tickets from a local wearing an LFC shirt - clearly the team of favour out here in thailand - although quite a few MUFc shirt wearers as well, and the odd Chelsea thrown in for good measure.
Getting on and off ...