Hot Spring Beach Resort & Spa
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... up to dance and the girl waved me on to the stage. By this point I’d had quite a few whiskeys so didn’t need any persuading….. I jumped up and belted the song out – I’m glad the band was loud as I’m sure I didn’t sound great!!! Lol.
All our friends got up dancing and cheering me on – it was great!!! When I got off the stage, our friends congratulated me and some of the Thais in the bar told me that I ...
... The end result was passable but we still appeared to have picked up the sound of the air-conditioning unit from next door but one!
I read by the pool for a couple of hours in the afternoon. There were just a handful of people there and so it was nice and quiet. The longstay German occupants of the bungalow to my right departed today and so the rooms either side of me were now empty.
On Wednesday I decided to visit Bang Niang Beach for the last time ...
... at first we didnt realise what was going on! We saw two snakes, a tree frog, some herons and a kingfisher. The water was very shallow and it showed that we'd eaten too much lunch because we kept getting stuck on the bottom. It was very peaceful and the scenery was beautiful, with rocky tree covered hills towering above us. We then headed back to the main camp for a shower before meeting in the common area.
The evening's entertainment consisted of a documentary film ...
... clean. Florian had to catch a bus to get a flight back home from Bangkok so used a cold shower they had and then we said our goodbyes. It was great sharing the camping experience with him. We asked about rooms at Bamboo Huts where Kai worked and he gave us a big discount on a room. We pretty much ran in and had one of the best showers of our lives! We then started our research on how to get to our next destination which is way in the north, Chiang Mai. We found a really ...
... br> The grey skies were still with us but I decided nevertheless to spend Christmas Day afternoon on the beach. It was busy and towards the end of the afternoon everyone was rewarded with a little late sunshine. As I wandered home along the little overgrown path I stopped with a start when I came face to face with, not a snake (something I am always on the look out for on this particular path) but a vicious looking bird of prey. It was tethered to a makeshift perch and after ...