Mooban Talay Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... too who kept everyone amused too.
On the beaches at night the sellers instead of selling sunglasses and sarongs, come along selling fireworks and those huge lanterns that you send off into the sky. Its really pretty with lots of them going up. Which reminds me we are off to see the lantern festival in Chiang Mai at the beginning of November so it will be spectacular there.
I have booked a speedboat tour of some of the other islands around here and you can ...
... realize a few things in life – to swim naked when I want, dance like no-one else can see, choose whether every moment is bad or good and be myself always. He’s an inspiring character, have really enjoyed hanging out with him. Chase, Louis and George are on my boat so I’m not alone but have a cry to myself on the way to the pier. So glad I’m seeing Sophie and Harry again soon. The nightboat is actually ok despite initially looking like it’s been designed for children.
... 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 ...
... airport, having flown in from Phnom Penh. For once, a welcome committee awaited us, sadly made up of only one person (i.e. Julian). After heartfelt, tearful goodbyes, we put Emily, Tran and Sean on a skytrain to the Kao San road, and then sped off into the night in a taxi. Unlike the Kao San road, which is the tourist hub of Bangkok, Julian has been living in a rented flat on the outskirts of town: it was nice to be finally staying at someone’s house after a string of ...
... we got off in the blazing heat on the side of a busy road, there was a fella waiting for us in a little people carrier with his wife and kids in the back, and he drove us the remaining 40 minutes or so to Ban Phe, a little fishing port where we caught the ferry to Koh Samet.
The boat was painted in bright orange blue and white and i couldn't help but think this was to kind of paper over the fact it was an old piece of ****. It got us there fine though. A weird mixture ...