Palmeraie Beach Hotel
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It's really cool to stay with Ludwig and Kitty and not in a guesthouse or hotel for a while.
One evening we decided to make spring rools - it 's quite simeasy. Ludwig and I made the spring rolls and Kitty cooked them for us.
Another evening Kitty's family hosted a barbecue and we enjoyed the food and ...
Die Insel Ko Samet soll auch noch schön sein und so fahren wir dahin. In Ban Phe angekommen, suchen wir eine Fähre. Schnell finden wir viele Boote, aber keine will uns mitnehmen, da der Töff zu gross ist. Nur einer bietet uns die Überfahrt an. Allerdings viel zu teuer und so bleiben wir mal eine Nacht hier. Keine Fähre, keine Dollars!
Am Abend besuchen wir den lokalen Markt. Sehr viele ...
... I would have brought at least one other short-sleeved t-shirt, only one tank top, a pair of Capri pants and left my sandals at home - running shoes, Tom shoes and flip flops were all the shoes I needed. My big pack and the little one the kids gave are perfect - they both hold lots of stuff, but they are not too heavy. The purse I bought in Chaing Mai is also perfect - I can fit my iPad, extra shirt and ...
... trip I read the book, "Committed" by Elizabeth Gilbert. In the book she explorers why people get married and why couples stay together. I really enjoyed reading her theories. Later this year Don and I get to celebrate two family weddings - Braden and Heather and then a few weeks later, Teresa and John. My wish for both of these couples is that twenty, thirty and fifty years in the future they still demonstrate their love and ...
... Don was wearing his running shoes, socks and long pants! Our luggage came in next. The tender went back to the ferry and the crew put our luggage onto the tender. We wondered how the luggage would get on shore without getting wet? A cart was connected to a tractor and the tractor backed the cart into the water. The luggage was then taken from the tender, loaded onto the cart, and then brought up the path to the cabins. Don booked us into ...