Tinidee Hotel Ranong
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... back at TCDF to meet my friends here again and see all the new progress of the foundation. It changed so much, I can barely recognize it! But I still find some things that I worked on 5 years again. So good to see my friends here again!! We catch up and have dinner together, sings songs... That did not change! And it is still a very beautiful jungle area, love ...
... toilet. Other than the fact that Cindy never did catch on to the mechanics of the toilet, just pumped and turned the handle until the 'flush' was completed, it was very nice and more roomy than you would think by looking from the outside.
... killed, it had a good innings and I'm annoyed at myself for letting it die this way. It luckily was the only thing that seems to have got wet enough to be ruined, looking at it and where it was in my bag I'm still not sure how it died but I can't help feeling like its something I could have avoided.
I'm hoping the worst of the weather is over, but we have learned some lessons the last few days about underestimating a tropical downpour and letting it get the better of ...
... lots of interesting information with us and made us want to visit even more. It is changing rapidly so we should go soon.
We've heard from Mike twice. Once to say everything was just about OK - which really meant he was in a bad way following the double bookings but wasn't going to admit it to us. Another email was chasing the work permits. Before we left we asked if we could take them with us to make sure we got another 3 ...
... were only there for one night.
On this particular day the resort had a friendly vibe and was a bit of a mecca for Canadian travellers. We chatted with two different couples, one from BC on the road from October to March, the other a gentleman from Winnipeg with a Thai wife. The commonality: they were both retired military. Go figure.
It is always fun to trade notes with fellow travellers and grouse about the highs and lows of being independent ...