The Front Village Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... few Island National Parks where they collect Birds Nests to make their famous soup delicacy. The water is not super clear here but you can see an abundance of marine life. You can even hand feed the fish. Harry, our tour guide, also showed us how cats can swim. It was about a 50 minute boat ride back to the marina from the Island. Our fantastic tour was now over. Thanks Sebastian and the crew of Simba. Upon the return to our Hotel we decided to have dinner ...
... About 45 minutes in our beach stay a storm came in quick! It started raining so hard so quick, everyone high tailed it off the beach and looked for some shelter!
We hung out a bit and waiting to see if it was going to stop, but it didn't so we finally headed off to get back to the boat. A tractor with a long trailer came and picked us all up and drove us across the island.
The boat ride back was pretty exciting! We must have been going in ...
... Being the New Year's holiday, the town is utterly packed, and the rental companies were either sold out or didn't care to rent me a car for just 1 day -- understandably so.
The plans were perfectly aligned with a tour, and we barely caught it in time. Only difference is we'd be with a group instead of solo, which was fine with us. We were paired with a family from Russia, and while they were all ...
... off to see Siray Island, there is a Westin hotel located there and that's all I knew. On the map it mentioned a Sea Gypsy Village and the Cape. We followed the signs for both and found nothing! We did go off road down a rough road, passing lots of signs in Thai with red writing which I thought was a 'Keep Out’ sign, probably was as we stumbled across a large group of men and women all drinking by a graveyard. One man seemed quite aggressive and I glanced at Martin ...
I get asked this a lot, like why I love my bikes, so here we go bare with me on this and it maybe a little bit disjointed but go with it... Motorcycling to me is my form of meditation, it doesn't matter if you have had the worst week of your life or the best, the cloud clears when you ride. That connection between you and the bike is as fluid as water, you are angry, it's transmits through the bike, stressed, it stiffens the bike up. It is also ...