Suwan Palm Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... a guide to help them. This ride was for an hour and the sun was pelting down on us. You can imagine not only the sun but the rough terrain that we covered didn't help my motion sickness. We all enjoyed the quad bikes however and by the end of it were so dirty covered in mud and dirt. We went through creeks, up and down hills, through villages and through and around old deserted buildings. After the quad bikes we were led back once again to our crazy driver and ...
... she gave us - about 1km on the same road as we are on! We walk to the night market, and it is great fun. Alley after alley of stalls; mostly food, but a few for clothing, and counterfeit DVDs. And everyone we pass gives us huge smiles of welcome. We're starving by this time, not helped by the mouthwatering smells assailing us from every direction, and we fill ourselves up with sticks of satay followed by bowls of noodles with spicy sauce and huge communal bowls of salads and ...
... indoors as I tire of them landing on me or getting in my hair. An army of geckos await the moths and greedily devour their bodies leaving a pile of presumably indigestible wings for the cleaners to sweep up in the morning. A tree frog has also become a frequent visitor to the nightly feast. Gordon the gecko has been conspicuous by his absence for a week or two now but I have seen a slightly smaller Tokay gecko here from time to time. And on Tuesday night I was a ...
... building a lesson on food containers. That finished I had a sandwich for lunch and retired to the pool with my Kindle for the afternoon. Phil later joined me for an excellent dinner at Phu Khao Lak’s restaurant followed by a couple of beers at Sakai Bar.
Once again on Friday Phil did not require my company and so I had another lazy day on the beach. There I got talking to an elderly lady from New Zealand who, in typical Kiwi fashion, was ...
... The walk is difficult in parts and it gets very hot, very quickly. N & G turned back after an hour, a shame as we came upon the beach minutes later and a short cut back to the road. We spent a couple of hours swimming, sunbathing and learning to handstand (Paul). Not a building, sun lounger or German beach towel in sight, paradise. We met the parents to learn Graham had been interrogating the nice lady on his hotel desk again... G "Will I be safe at the Moo Moo ...