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... opportunity to raise prices by fifty%, and even more than the prices charged until yesterday.
I will probably remain in my hotel where Salvatore only increased by 50% ... from 300 to 450 baht (11.50 €), but those close to the beach start at 800 baht (20 euro) and there's also a 40 € without being better than mine, only in a more favorable position (for the lazy) -
I also uploaded 5 euro ...
... were all different colors, and the water was milky from the limestone sediment. Our guide had a sense of humor and was constantly pretending to pop other peoples kayaks (they were inflatable), and yelling crazy **** in Thai. We were in hysterics half the time.
From here we made our way to the village on stilts. It is home to about 1700 people. This was a muslim village, that was build entirely on stilts above the water. We ...
... MI6 agent James Bond. A loose adaptation of Ian Fleming's novel of same name, the film has Bond sent after the Solex Agitator, a device that can harness the power of the sun, while facing the assassin Francisco Scaramanga, the "Man with the Golden Gun". The action culminates in a duel between them that settles the fate of the Solex.
... chicken satay skewers for a starter & a chilli chicken & rice dish - lovely. Henry had prawns to start then pad Thai noodles. Archie had garlic bread with cheese (!) then chicken & noodles. Andy had the dish of the holiday so far - a soup with masses of chili, lemon grass, coriander etc - REALLY hot but utterly delicious. They also served a most excellent blueberry smoothie - delish! Bed time beckoned - we were all ...
... and glasses of iced flower juice. After dropping our bags off, we head down to the beach, just a short walk from our room. Although busy, it’s a beautiful, soft, sandy beach and we soak our feet in the cool water as we walk along to explore a little. We stop off at a little beach restaurant for a tasty Thai feast, tiny red ants generously assisting with any bits we miss, carrying them off in well managed teams. With full bellies, we take a slow walk back up ...