Summer Spring Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... giggling like school boys again! They couldn't find a massage hut empty enough for the four of them so they managed to get a few unused sunbeds and the masseuse to give them a massage on there. But there's always one... Uncle terry had a manicure and pedicure done! The photos show about five masseuses around him pampering him! That and a full body massage only cost him around £6 like he said 'he doesn't know when he will get the chance again!' Haha. Chickened out on the ...
... before we all felt ill !! Richard managed to burn his back, ouch!
The first night out, we were scared. Baz took us under his wing, and before we knew it we were in a go-go bar! Haha had to experience it and we were all drunk, the 'walking street' was just full of them!!!
The bars were full of Thai women (men?) on the prowl! If there is a row of bars all the girls stand out front trying to get you to come in! Screaming 'welcome' at us. They ...
... a number of bars that offered the option of 'buying a lady a drink'. Not a specific, real lady of course. Instead the buying of this drink offered lonely men the opportunity for a member of staff to hang around, take a couple of sips, laugh at their jokes and then wander off, coming back again if another expensive lady drink was purchased. An amusing, but slightly depressing place then. A couple of days was more than enough to be honest. ...
... whilst travelling even faster. However, my life is rarely like a movie starring a tough, rugged male star and instead I tapped weakly on Shelley's door (at first to no avail) until eventually resorting to sobbing. This did yield the desired result, also awakening Phil and Leyla, and I was soon having blood dabbed away by two concerned girls (whose maternal instincts were blossoming) whilst Phil looked on with a certain degree of manly respect (dampened ...
... travelers complete this task with their large roller board suitcases, not lifting a finger themselves of course, and expecting the boat captain to be the one to slump his over packed suitcase down to the boat. Then the basically motorized canoes take you to shore, and if you're lucky and the tide isn’t too far out, a small ladder is placed in the water and you and your backpack (at least for me) climb into the water, and walk along the beach to your bungalow. Now, ...