Rawai Bay Shore Hotel
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... cities that will host the football World Cup. The city has over 1.5 million inhabitants and I have learned that a dozen Russian cities exceeding one million inhabitants.Svetlana is very sweet and tries to explain using the few English words she knows, but I almost understand it better when she simply speaks Russian that has many similarities with the Croatian that my parents talked sometimes, being their origins Croatian-Istrian from Buzet ...
Travel day :( I have dreaded this day for 18 days. Not because I want to stay in Thailand but b/c of the travel. Up at 3:30 for a 4:30 45min taxi. We had a 1.5 hour flight to Bangkok. Then a 4 our flight to Taiwan. So far that was enough. We circled the airport a few times and we were late. There was no time for food or potty, we ran with our bags to make the flight to LA (this one is a can't miss ) it was delayed a little so we caught our breath and boarded, they did a last min seat ...
... and heavy branch that i used as a barrier between us and the dogs. Once past i was hesitant to let go of the branch but after some persuasion i let it go only to find more dogs on our path. Luckily i found a lighter longer branch which i then carried the rest of the way. What was meant to be a leisurely walk ended up being 3 hours of adrenalin filled fun. In the end we made it back to the camp safe and sound. I will certainly laugh about that walk for ...
... fish in a sweet-and-sour sauce, chicken with some kind of yummy and very spicy sauce, sticky rice, veggies, soup that I didn't like, and very fresh fruit. We ate our fill, noting that the solo Denmark gal was an eater of our caliber, and moseyed on towards our final activity. I hadn't recalled at first that we were in inflatable canoes, so it caught me by surprise, but as I watched other people flop lazily into theirs and kick their feet up on the sides I knew it would be fun. I climbed ...
... Luke's Birthday cake there. After dinner, Luke broke down a little asking why we had to leave Phuket. He really got attached to the people and beautiful city. After dinner, we went back to the hotel and saying goodbye to Mr Moo (our driver) was very sad. Angelique broke down crying saying she would miss Mr Moo, and we all felt the same. We packed our bags. I slept with Luke and Jo slept with Marcus and Angelique. It was a fine day again, and we are all going to miss this place very ...
Other places to stay in Rawai
22/1 Moo 2 Thepkasattri Rd, Rawai | 3 star hotelfrom $35
16 Moo2, Viset Road, Rawai | 5 star hotelfrom $123
67/18 Moo4, Rawai | Hotelfrom $18
66/2 Viset Road, Rawai | 4 star hotelfrom $43
43/234 Moo 7, Rawai | Hotelfrom $30
80 Moo 5, Rawai | 3 star hotelfrom $35
86/24 Moo 2, Soi Wasana, Rawai | 4 star hotelfrom $29