The Expat Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... poles on the stage and a large bathtub in front of it. We found a place to stand (which in hindsight was the best ever sitting down they pull you up on stage or you could get squirted with you don't want to know sitting close to the stage) the show was surreal to say the least we saw things that we can't unsee, there was naked men, women, drums, shower scenes, darts, ping pong balls, cigarettes, lesbian scenes... It was pretty wild and Sinisa and I kept looking at each ...
... and tried to lie down under a little bridge she'd tired herself out so much.
We made sure we brought chocolates for the restaurant staff that had been so nice to Mark and Indi after they had ate every meal there while I was away They made her another mango shake and gave her ice cream when we were over to say bye.
We packed up, sent quite a lot of winter clothes back to Australia and headed off to catch our flight to Malaysia.
... and got me with your water pistol. We decided to get a Tuk Tuk home which was a big mistake as the Main Street was clogged with traffic, so we became shooting targets for everyone. There are buckets of water littering the street where you re-fill. Mark and Paul were hanging off the back of the Tuk Tuk shooting people and when the Tuk Tuk came to a stop in the traffic, they would jump off, refill and catch the Tuk Tuk up again. An absolutely fantastic time that we will long ...
Despite the consistently rainy weather since we have been down in the southern area of Thailand, we decided to venture out to the islands anyway. This included an hour boat ride to the islands where you are sprayed by salt and tossed about the whole time. I wish there were words in our language to describe the beauty I encountered but we just dont have words for the that. Amongst the towering limestone formations, the palm trees, the ...
... the mangroves, all throughout the for seeable distance, mountainous, vertical, ginormous pillars of limestone, just breath-taking.
Every where we looked was amazing limestone rock islands all around, covered in green trees, we eventually stopped at a random limestone island on the shore and swam, naturally jumping in with a backflip into the bath warm water. Paradise, absolutely paradise is southern Thailand.