Sai Kaew Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... scraped up along with my foot and I have a hell of a large bruise on my leg. This was the time I discovered that Michael knows how to stitch up a cut as well, which he quickly offered, and luckily did not need to perform on me this time. So, I received a lot of sympathy and cold beer to help with the swelling on my leg (one for me, and one to use for a cold compress for my leg) and I have and a little story to tell, but all is good, and I am going to be just fine. No worries! ...
... to be just made of wrinkly skin and no fur and then another dog turns up and another and they are all just skin!
This is the island of the dogs, they are everywhere. One of them, which I later name Gary, gets in the sea and starts swimming at us with its tongue out. Phidel keeps saying its trying to hump me and laughs his head off. A bigger, mangier hound keeps snarling at Gary from the sand so we scare away the other dog and then Gary follows us back to ...
... desk and took a room that I was pleased to find I could actually stand up in. The grounds were open, grassy and manicured, with tropical plants all around and cabanas lining the paths. Needless to say, I got used to this place real quick. But as I observed the groups of people around the resort while I was eating lunch, I realized there weren't many mixed groups. It was mostly couples and small groups of men... which I soon realized to be gay men. They ...
... fire up the tiki torches. One place has a fire dancer show every night. It was alright, kind of interesting, but not something I would put on my list to see again. I think I managed to get a couple good pictures...Really though, there's not much else to do there. People just come from BKK to relax for the weekend, not "do" a bunch of stuff and that was fine with me.
We came back on Saturday which meant only one thing for me...Chatuchak market on Sunday! Sweet!