The Briza Beach Resort
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... have if it entrusted its controls to me.
Further along the road there is a little restaurant called La Provence which is always closed, and apparently the French owners only open for the peak high season which is December, spilling into January. But this French restaurant has a slight twist to it, it seems to be an Italian restaurant in disguise, as apparently it serves the best pizzas money can buy around here. The blackboard outside had a message for me “Open ...
... island. I have to say that I do feel great now that I've had it but it wasn't the most pleasant experience. It was nice at times but at times it was also like a sports massage, so she found all the knots in my back and attacked them. We spent the rest of the day going round the small fishing village. We found a nice place for lunch and followed that up with drinks at a pub called the frog and gecko. We couldn't possibly walk past that without going in ...
... to post week eight just before 19:00. It was supposed to be our off day today but due to the new catch-up schedule this was not possible. At least we took off from gym although Adri did go for a swim, not for exercise though, just a leisurely one.
We planned to eat at chef Samui’s Baan Baan Restaurant down the road or go into Chaweng to one of the food markets but it ended up raining for a number of hours. Thus, we were house-bound for the evening, so had an eat-in rather than the planned eat-out.
What a difference a year makes!!! Oh yes, exactly 1 year ago today we handed over Bee Boo, our lovely little cottage in the country to Angela and Shaun and rode off into the sunset, not knowing what lay ahead. Full of excitement, anticipation and yes, to be truthful, a little anxious about getting out of our comfort zone and in to the big blue yonder Why did we worry, it has been ...
... but looked in need of vast maintenance. Kind of typical beach city grunge. But, on the bright side, we observed several very frisky brown crabs skittering across the sand, inspecting objects on the beach in short, jerky bursts and then diving quickly into holes in the sand as we approached.
What we missed, apparently, was a local Chinese New Year’s celebration and small parade. One of the highlights reported back: local people ...