- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Paul came and picked us up today to take us down to market
village – it’s a kind of shopping centre that has a Tesco, some shops and restaurants
and banks etc. We managed to change our money into Thai Baht so we went and got
some food. Thai food is SO much better than Chinese food (in my opinion) – I had
spicy seafood in a tomato and chilli sauce ...
... incessantly at the side of a road on a burner throwing bits of this and that in to create the most amazing food. The flames whipped round the side of the wok as the scooters and cars zipped past the chef's behind, taking health and safety at work to a whole new level. Quite a few beggars here all of whom had very obvious disabilities, very different to the people we see in Ayr begging, still very sad and made me wonder again about the provision for those less fortunate. Ordering my ...
... Mongkol Temple.This is where people pay respect to the largest Buddha image of Luang Phor Tuad in Thailand. It is regarded as an extremely holy site. First looked at the herb and oil shop. Bought my offerings for my visit. There are these two large fibre glass elephants at the base of the Buddha, both with open mouths. The trick is you are supposed to throw coins up high at the elephants mouth and if they land in it's mouth, that brings you good luck, ...
... air at the villa was welcome. The Anantasila pool is warm, inviting, full of noisy kids and their parents and the rougher ocean beckons from beyond. There’s a sign on the beach that says "Beware Jellyfish” so everyone has been cautious. The two dinner meals at the villa restaurant have been great and the mooching kitty at our feet has actually been kind of nice too. There is an older dog that lives and is cared for here too, and he seems to appreciate ...
... 10k out of town so we try to find a local bus- the roads are mad here like the M4 crossing M5 and M6 in the rush hour. We are looking for the bus stop, don't know where it is and we are prey for the tuktuk drivers. Soon they come in for a kill and we re so hot and fed up we succumb and pay too much to be delivered to a tourist office that has no busses. We throw a 6 and start again with the help of someone from the ...