Patong Swiss Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... tourists, locals. Was a pleasant spot.
Back to the resort late afternoon - sat on balcony reading for a few hours - then for a walk on the beach as the sun set.
Back to our spot at the Holiday Inn - mojito for me - pinna colada for Vicki. Wasn't very hungry so had tapas - Vicki had chicken and rice - which she may regret.
Party goers back reading in bed by 9.30.
last day over
... open for the remaining 20 minutes, I tried to talk to him so he would not fall asleep, arrived at the "Smart Hotel" in one piece, the staff were lovely, the manager greeted me, sat down and we chatted away and then the reception staff walked me through the city map with recommendations for what to do while I was there. Dropped my bags and off I went to catch sunset at Mandalay Hill.....Now the Muay Thai is over and the next stage of my travelling begins!
... cost me a few items of new clothing and some beauty treatments mind you lol...she deserved it! After the tranquil island of Koh Tao, we mentally prepared ourselves for the chaos we knew would take place for the next week, we headed to the infamous island of Koh Phangnan. This island could be described as the Ibiza of Asia and it was here that we would welcome Nick, another good friend of Oli's from home, to our growing Wolf Pack. As soon as we stepped off the ferry promoters bombarded ...
... we did. Our trip was 3,500 each.
● Siam Niramit - paid 1,500 each for gold tickets for the show only plus 200 for transfers. Absolutely loved the show, amazing sets and costumes as well as sound and lighting effects. What I loved seeing was how much the performers loved their job, they were always smiling and seemed to be putting in 100%. The pre entertainment was not ...
... USB connection. In the evening we went walk about to the markets along the beachfront, there's an eight day food festival which started today. Massive amounts of food but the unadventurous side of me is a little hesitant to sample meat and fish from sidewalk stalls when the produce is in the open air. We've been a little selective with trying things - grilled corn, pancakes, yiros, potato balls, fried rice, hot soups yes - but the rest we're not so game. Not for us ...