Purimuntra Resort and Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... fish! It was so peaceful and relaxing there, I’m always drawn to water because I always feel so at peace by it but I felt even more at ease here, maybe because it’s a place of such spirituality. Don’t worry guys, I’m not going all spiritual on you all, you need to be there to know what I mean – It’s just a strange feeling, not bad, just strange.
After we had a while at the temple grounds taking in ...
... 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 ...
... I said goodbye to mum and headed out to the bus, it was actually a really nice bus, big comfy seats and we got given water aswell an hour in and I was busting for a wee but it wasn't until 3hours in I realised there was a toilet at the back of the bus, it wasn't very nice though but did the trick, the bus took 5hours instead of 3 and we got diverted through some town that had monkeys everywhere! It was crazy, like there was ...
... bhat which is about £7.50. I have 4 Shirts 2 from this season 1 from last year and 1 from the year before that.
I have now watched 5 Prachuap Fc games 3 at home and 2 away one in Kanchanaburi and the other in Phetburi. They haven't been beaten yet they have won 4 and drew 1. all the games they have won have been 1-0 so a bit lucky.
We did win our cup game ...
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 ...