The Tide Resort
Travel Blogs from Chon Buri
... disappointing.. We were told there was a better one though so thought we would leave that for the next morning before we had to give our trusty 4x4 back! Arriving back in the crazy town of Samui we decided to be far too cool and have a movie night in Jamie's room because myself and Leigh were too poor for a tv in our room... We convinced Jamie to pay more so we could use him for his tele.. He loved the company though so happiness all ...
Same day, a little further down the
coast in Chonburi, was a beach called Nang Ram. This would be our
final stop of the day, and probably the highlight of the student's
entire trip. Here, the teachers all sat around a table in the shade
and ate a lot of food. The students all went swimming in the blue
water, with lots of clothes on. Isaan culture is very conservative
and the students dressed accordingly. I wore a shirt also to hide my
... of pain. The woman lay down on a bench while her friend proceeded to try to reach the pesky sharp metal with a tweezer. Michael always looking for an opportunity to help out offered his assistance. “Are you a dentist?” she asked him in German. Michael somewhat understood what they were saying. “No “he replied “but I have a pocket knife and some large toe nail clippers, and would be glad to help out” so off to the bungalow he went to ...
Thursday was the epitome of Sports Days at Anubanchon. We've been building up to this day for weeks, training during all non-instruction hours (and, often, during classes). The kids were primed and ready, and I was ready to be done with it all. A little while before Sports Day, we were instructed to tell the office our size for our new sports shirt. This was to be worn with our Friday sports pants. It was, of course, to be made of ...
... Prabang so I must pick it up one day soon.
One final note on SE Asia, is that along my travels I’ve been repeated asked, ‘……which country was your favourite?’ My answer is simple, all of them, because they are so different and unique in their own way and yet at the same time the countries become one big family. I remember Vietnam, for it’s great coffee, for Dalat wine, for the tailoring in Hoi An and the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking