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... 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 much except for the march at the end was nice to see. The Muay Thai fight was staged so not intersting for us. The Thai village was nice but only had one group of staff that really wanted to explain their region and what was in the house, the others just sat there. But I'm sure if you engaged ...
... people generally are very honest and hard working and stick to their word "a deal is a deal " when you finally find the common ground with price. Of course there are the places that have set prices and there isn't any bargaining but having a little conversion chart, and a good idea of what the market is for what you are after I feel you are much better off bargaining with the locals for a deal BUT if you lose and decide not to purchase do it gracefully and not agressively, the ...
... in Thailand but one older couple flouted the rule book and completed the walk of shame. A complete length of the beach and back wearing tiny thongs and a smile. The thousands of law abiding folk on the beach must have been quietly tittering to themselves. We stayed on the beach until sunset and then wandered back to the hotel to book somewhere on Phi Phi. Because Phi Phi is apparently one ...
... his name on some paper and holding it up while saying "my name Mr Boy", that was the sealer that he was definitely gay. Mr Boy was short, humorous and very welcoming to everyone. His English was quite good, but also funny as his accent and interpretation of English was sometimes difficult to understand. He would draw the shape of islands that were coming up to show us and then point to the island. We saw shapes such as turtles, whales and a rock shaped like a ...
... boat ride to our next destination, Ko Lanta. Because Ko Phi Phi was such a party beach, we were a little bit taken aback by the relaxing and calm atmosphere of Ko Lanta. We decided to stay 2 days on the island and have a little bit of fun away from the beach. During our stay, we visited a mangrove forest full of monkeys by long tail boat. We also trekked in the jungle in order to explore a very well hidden cave up in the mountains. Our guide, an 18 year old boy in ...
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My stay at Patong Lodge Hotel was horrific! I hated it so much!! Oh my goddd!! The staff we so awfully RUDE, the only one who had a genuine smile was the dude at the front on concierge, Abdul.
When i lost my phone, help wasn't on their agenda, they just wanted to get rid of me as quick as possible. When i asked basic question, they speak in Thai, and i'm thinking really, do you think i understand! Facilities were ok-ish. Room's were bareable. Breakfast was standard.
When asked ow long it would take to et to Koh Samui, staff reasured me it would take around 5 hours, which i knew was rubbish after all the research i did!! OH I HATE IT!!
I feel for people who have to go and stay there!!
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