Novotel Rayong Rim Pae Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it is nicer than many other islands like Phi Phi or Koa Tao but is a lot closer to Bangkok and not very expense to get there. Total cost was about 250 baht one way. I also had more fun here than I did in Phuket.
Here is the low down:
I left Bangkok at 4pm Friday after work and took the BTS to Ekkamia station and then walked 100 meters to the Ekkamai Bus Terminal. I purchase a Bus ticket for 170 Baht to Ban Phe Pier. This bigger bus took 4.5 hours and was slow but ...
... longingly at the sea that gave that away. After some negotiation, we secured a pretty decent room albeit on a bit of a construction site. After scoping out the beach and it's two supermarkets, we found Chang beer at 60 baht in the first one we came to, along with pot noodles, cereal and all we needed to live cheaply for a week. We luxuriated ourselves in the evening by allowing a 2 beer limit (Chang is 6.5%25 and just one 660ml bottle is enough to make me feel fuzzy) ...
... a 10 seater little commuter bus and headed off. Turns out there are another two guys at another hotel in Pattaya who are also going to the plant. This was Subash and James. Subash is Indian and has been working remotely with Ross and I. James is Chinese and was working in the same area of the plant as Nicky but I am not sure exactly what he was doing, but he had been there already for a couple of weeks and had several more weeks to go.
It takes ...
she'd been for an ill advised dip in the moonlit sea, but c'mon. Suffer
the consequences lady. Know where your towel is ( thanks H2G2).
forgotten how nice Samet sea front is of an evening, watching the fire
dancers on distant beaches and Chinese lanterns sailing skywards. And
repelling the attentions of cats and dogs.I'm
so happy with my new digs and now Coke
Zero is ...
... were very pleasant although there is always one isn't there. One night Oi lost her phone and so phoned up the number to get it back. The man on the other end wanted 300 baht or $10 to give her the phone back! I was outraged at such a blatant abuse and refused to allow her to pay the money, whilst she seemed to just be willing to stump up the money. In Thailand men are the dominant gender and I would guess that to her she felt like she had no option. So ...