The Tide Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Room service
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 ...
... we had some savoury pancakes, probably not the cleanest of things but I'm hoping my stomach is southeast asian'd proof of stomach bugs by now! There were some huge black clouds on our way down to the elephants and waterfalls so we made a quick stop in TESCO(yes tesco in Thailand), it chucked it down just as we pulled up, thankfully making it just in time! Coffee stop and some more food, we are all hungry all the time here... well me n Scott are. I decided ...
... We soon discovered he dived into the pool which was shallow and smashed his head! Not good! Anyway we had a couple of drinks and then met up with the irish boys. We walked up the strip and then went down To what would soon be known to us as sleeze alley and had a drink in a small Irish bar where buckets were only 140bart! Koh Samui isn't as busy as Phi Phi and is far bigger. also after around 2am the police would turn up and the bars would have to close. We managed to find ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...