Supar Royal Beach Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSupar Royal Beach Hotel Khanom
Nice lobby, we stayed in the beach bungalows and the mattress was nasty but everything else seemed clean. The staff was great, the food okay, we found a place called Dolphin Restaurant two minutes away which was amazying.
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... It’s a doughy ball with small pieces of octopus contained in its centre. Sounds great but it was actually rather disappointing in taste, in fact, it tasted like nothing. Let’s do an experiment. Take an imaginary piece of food, any food, in your hand, now place it in your mouth and start chewing away. OK, that’s exactly what it tasted like.
On our way towards the exit we saw a guy walking with a crutch, assisting him to walk properly, as his right leg ...
... two Super Rugby semi finals i.e., the Hurricanes/Brumbies game and the Highlanders/Waratahs game. The first game was great, the second so-so, the beer was much better. I had a Leo, a beer from Thailand during the first game and a Lao, a beer from Laos, during the second game. By the way, Laos is a country situated to the north-east of Thailand which we would love to visit, but not sure whether there will be enough time for that, but we’ll see.
Just after sundown ...
... than young travellers. The next day a quiet beach day was in order. We chilled on Chaweng beach sweating out all our alcohol in the 34 degree heat from 10 in the morning until sunset which included a few naps. Just what we needed! After six weeks of travelling, carrying heavy backpacks and enduring long, uncomfortable bus journeys we thought we'd treat ourselves to a thai massage in one of the many parlours on the island. So after dinner we ...
... Thai staff around the place, only too willing to do all the other irksome stuff to do with the guests, the food, the cleaning and the rest (including looking after Leo junior) that seems to bore Leo senseless. Even though he only bought the place three months ago, he seems to have cleared himself a lovely carefree space in which to retire (and yes I am a bit jealous).
There are only a few slight minuses to living at Wazzah. The first is, the spooky half-mile ...
... to stop. It usually costs 100baht per person, no matter the distance, although this can sometimes be negotiated. Ange and I started walking towards the direction of Chewegan, when a truck started honking and pulled over to pick us up. We told the driver we wanted to go downtown, gave him 150baht, and jumped in the back. Since the flatbeds are quite roomy, the drivers will continue to pick up passengers as we move towards our destination. ...