Nilly's Marina Inn
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... a scooter to get around the island. I'm quite cross because I have seen how crazy the drivers are here and I can only imagine the hospitals and infections that would come with huge grazes when you are knocked off a bike! You can't be told at that age! I'm exhausted and happy to chill out at the resort for the afternoon. In the evening I too went for a walk to check out the Main Street which was a collide scope of colour and ...
... restaurant where of course everyone knew each other, we had a lovely evening together. 27th We got up at 6 as we had to get ready, have breakfast, get our bike back and than come back with the taxi that brought us to the airport. We arrived at 8:30 and our flight was at 11:15 so we had plenty of time. We had something to eat and a coffee and than went through the usual procedures. We left on ...
... a further two bottles of Sauvignon Blanc and a bottle of sparkly during dinner. I paid the price for this the next day but oh it tasted good on the night. The evening’s entertainment was ‘hosted’ by Tim…..…..it was so cringingly awful it was hilarious. Dressed in a tropical shirt, a dapper straw boater, Tim was rather camp in presenting the ‘acts’ including some awful games for children which had parents up in ...
... 800 each for the top level, inc travel
Bowling 80 per game, 30 for shoes
XL singlet 150
XL T-shirt 250
Kids boxing shorts 150
men's boxing shorts 300
Mens cargo shorts 350
Wooden Buddha face plaque 220 for a small size
At the end of the day, have fun and pay as much as you are comfortable with, remember $1 is a lot to them and not much to us.
... and with no accent. Though born in France, he lived in New Orleans for six years and assisted his father in a few business there. Said he became a huge Saints fan and now is in the restaurant business.
Back on the boat, we headed off to a small cove which was ideal for snorkeling and swimming. As usual, the water was delightful, warm, teal and inviting. After about 30 minutes, we headed to the last stop of the day, Khai Nai Island, a small stripe of sand which winds ...