Purimuntra Resort and Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... is important but in hind site, time is money and you need to spend most of that time flying the kite. This is what 90% of kite boarding is about for most people. It takes some practice. It is all about turning the kite or applying power or no power at precise moments to get the kite to do what you want. If you are too early or too late with your directions or movements it will crash or you will have to correct the error.
We spent from 10am to 4:30pm Friday out kite ...
... also bought out free drinks for us, so we were very happy. Although we loved Fulay Guesthouse, it was on the expensive side, so we found another guesthouse which was pretty much next door for 500B (approx £9) and checked in the next day. The next day, we had a walk to the beach and bartered for some beach towels along the way. We got two towels for 400B (approx £7). After subathing at the beach for an hour or so we got some lunch at a restaurant ...
... then back at the hotel I checked in, my room is really nice.. The bed is massive! Hehe I went downstairs and used the wifi for a bit before and then went to the restaurant to get dinner, considering I've been travelling for 4 months on my own, that's the first time I've sat in a restaurant on my own! I choose to have a Thai dish as it was my last night in ...
... and I'm instantly happy again. I can honestly say at this moment there is nothing I miss about home (apart from maybe a chippy and a strongbow). Of course I love my friends and family to bits but with facebook, skype, facetime, viber, twitter, email.....................it's really hard to say I actually miss them...YET!! I don't really have many friends around me my own age to socialise with but to be honest I'm so happy and relaxed with this way of life that I ...
We stayed the course and joined the throngs of people waiting in line to acquire proper temple attire. We left finally after realizing we didn’t have enough cash on hand to afford both the admission price and the attire rental. Wandering a little further, we found another temple that required a short water taxi shuttle across the river. This temple was called ‘Wat Arun’. This temple was much quieter and both less busy and restrictive regarding ...