Pacific Park Hotel & Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... extremely serious people who don't particularly appreciate humour, which was based - like all stereotypes - on the usual cocktail of ignorance and media exposure. Perhaps therein is the most beautiful and valuable gift that travel offers - the opportunity to meet real people from unfamiliar cultures and dissolve stereotypes, ultimately seeing others as more alike than different from us, and always broadening our ...
On Friday morning we got a bus to Nong Mon market to visit Nakita, Tahsina, Imi and Adounis in Bang Saen. Tashina met us and took us on a tour to show the town. we saw the beach, monkey mountain, and their house. monkey mountain is a big hill with loads of wild monkeys, where you can buy food to give to them. the monkeys are scary! they want everything. but it was fun to see them all there! we had lunch in a small restaurant ...
... Bus Station in Bangkok, followed by a 1.5 hr coach ride, and then a 35 min "baht bus" (which is essentially a ute with bench seats in the back) , we made it to our accommodation in Bang Saen! (Would like to note that the total of this journey came to the equivalent of $AUD 7.50 each) It was absolutely pouring down rain when we arrived, but we could already tell we were going to like this place judging by ...
... and headed to a nearby temple which was pretty interesting as most of it was in a cave in the hillside! After a nice lunch stop we got our driver to take us over to the beach on the south-west side of the island. Once there the beach was stunning (see pics!), coconut palms lined the edge of the white sands and the sea was all deep blues and greens, we were so chuffed to finally be experiencing a Thai beach. We had free deckchairs under the shade of the palms ...
Alarm went off early – 5.30am - so we could be sure to get up early and meet up with others in our private shore excursion to Bangkok.
Our guide Chob (pronounced Chop - how ironic considering what I call the port) met us ahead of time and then we drove in an airconditioned mini-van to Bangkok. It is a huge city of some 10 million people so naturally there is some congestion on the roads. There ...