The Tide Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Tide Resort Chon Buri
Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
... with the only real issue being the knobhead behind us on the plane who decided that fighting with his wife was a good idea – by which I mean punching his wife. What kind of small ******, inadequate man does this…well it would apparently be him. If I had his name, I would be naming and shaming for sure. Two blokes pulled him off her and she left the plane on her own (for a new independent itinerary I ...
... then the trainer sat on their heads (I felt extremely sorry for these elephants however as they are used for money and not treating very well, so it opened my eyes). At first it's really uncomfortable as the 2 person seat you sit on wobbles side to side as the elephant moves, but you get used to it and we all had a laugh and it walked around the forest, which looked very dry, it must have been their dry season.
It was such an ...
... she showed us the room she told us it was a 2hr walk! Noway we were staying there - the hotel wasn't bad but it was on the darkest, dingiest street ever! Chow was a man of his word though as he had said if his hotel wasn't suitable he would help us find another. He drove us around the town for about an hour but everywhere was fully booked or too small. In the end we abandoned Chow and went to the local Internet cafe complete with backpacks. It was about 8pm ...
- Happen to meet teachers on a day tour -
A: Hi, It's nice day, isn't it? I'm from Korea. She's my wife. Where are you from?
B: Hi, Nice to see you. I'm from Holland. She's my friend.(Her friend sat beside the driver. We sat in the middle, Slovenian couple before un and a German lady behind us with the Holland teacher.)
C: Hi, I'm from Germany. Nice to meet you. So, you husband and wife are on a tour together. Looks ...
... her family. Denise and Ken have only had a car for about 2 weeks, and driving in Thailand is quite challenging when you know where you’re going, and we weren’t exactly sure where we were heading. We only got a little lost, and now I’m in my temporary home that is Tara’s apartment. It’s going to be weird living in Bangkok and having to learn the ropes of a new neighborhood, but I’m pretty excited for my last month of adventures in SE ...