Peter Pan Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... is when we would want to contact home. Also you could never get into a film on the cable tv as the signal always dropped. It was only a 2 min walk to the beach from out room and hubby took his fishing rod down to the rocks for the first time. Was not very successful lol, he kept getting caught on rock or the bottom lol, he was practicing as never used the rod before. We think the locals found if rather amusing. We ate and drank at a few places here's a few ...
... Japanese, Mexican, anything you fancied really! We went for a kebab being the sophisticated people we are!! The next morning we hired a scooter and headed out of the city in search of a big temple called Doi Sothep which sits quite high on a hill. The road out to it was surprisingly very good and although a bit windy in parts was easy to ride on. The temple itself was quite impressive and typical of Thai temples, very gold and bright, lots of Buddhas in various positions (they have ...
... fish eat our feet - free fish spa! The guides had carried up lunch and fresh fruit for us so we ate this all together by the waterfall and then had an hour to relax in the sun. The trek down was great fun, about 2 hours of crossing some precarious looking bridges made from fallen trees and climbing down some steep rock formations. When the guide screamed and jumped in front of us I looked right ...
... were being handed out and there was a lot of spray coming through the window/curtain things that had been rolled down. I was getting drenched and had to move. The weather was so bad we couldn't land at the main pier and so were taken along the coast to a harbour where we got shuttle buses back into town. I wasn't feeling too bad but I was grateful to be back on dry land.
Nadine, Jen and Justin were heading straight to Kampot so I headed to a hostel with some of the guys that ...
... eateries. It made a pleasant change from the familiarity that we were mostly used to and meant that you could walk around and observe the locals without being bombarded by hawkers. 99 guesthouse was lovely with immediate views of a rice crop and the mountains in the background. That night we had a superb dinner on the roadside and due to the lack of tourism, it was really rather cheap. Tuesday 17th December Booking a trip meant another ...