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... and had a banana and coconut milk dessert (which I loved). Think I'm going more accustomed to spicy food too as I found the red Thai curry surprisingly delicious. For the second day running we feasted on an enormous banquet! Today has been a very different experience...we went into a children's charity called 'hand to hand' which provide children without families or from poor backgrounds somewhere to go. It's a small place in the middle of ...
... and Adounis made us eat thai food, because they said what we had eaten so far wasnt traditionally thai. yummy! we met Nakita and Imi in a massive shopping centre and went to a chinese place for tea, where you order different diushes and bung them all in a pot to make your own soup. really nice! then we went to a little cafe and had cake and smoothies, and a catch up. the next day nakita took us to a chinese temple in Bang ...
... brochure and look it over for another day. Of course, as touts are, they were very sure I really needed to do it that day. I was sure that was not the day, though.
Now, a few weeks later I am going to that island. But, I will walk past the touts and go to the end of the pier and get a ferry for 30 baht ($1). The first day I would have paid their $10 fee, but now I know how to do it cheaper.
Ko, sometimes spelled Koh, means 'Island'. Today I am going ...
... palm trees lining the streets. We are staying at a really nice and seemingly new hotel called Baan I Un Pool Villa. Our first flag that Bang Saen is perhaps not a westerners' destination was when we couldn't find any accommodation on the usual hostel sites. We were lucky to find this place on Agoda.com and it really is lovely! For $25pp/nt we have a huge room and bathroom, kitchen amenities, air con (a ...
... chilling reading our books for a while to let the lunch go down. We swam in the sea and it was warm as a bath and so clear you could see your feet all the time in the sand underneath. We jumped back in our tuk tuk around 5pm and got back on the ferry, the journey back was much choppier and everyone on board was feeling it. One lady was constantly being sick into a sandwich bag next to us! We had dinner in the night market and then headed back to our room.
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility