Thumrin Thana Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... un insect grimper sur leur corps .... Aujourd'hui, nous les avons vus jouer - avec un scarabée et une grenouille - avec leurs mains nues, mais quel progrès mon Dieu!
Enfin Yasmine a réussi à reconnaître et à chanter l'alphabet complèt en néerlandais grâce aux Muppets de Sesamstraat via youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9N51Gndc vHE....les temps modernes ont parfois des avantages agréables.Sarah a réussi toutes ...
... and coming up to me and shaking my hand. It was both a humbling and fulfilling experience.
The following day i checked out of Cathay in Hat-Yai and took a very long, 15hr train journey to Hua Hin. Funnily enough, a Malaysian lady and 2 Japanese travellers, who were also staying at Cathay went on the same train. The 2 Japanese guys were in the sleeping carriage and the Malaysian lady went 2nd class. Me being me, went 3rd class, so even though we were all on the same ...
... like Mallorca or Costa del Sol, for the lack of real Thai culture... After lunch, which was a bit of a mismatch in order to avoid the fancy restaurants and international cuisine, we attempted to get to the view point on top of one of the karsts overlooking the little peninsular of beaches below. Getting to the view point required a climb up a near vertical rock face - with the aid of a rope. It wasn't too bad going up, down was worse. It took about 20 minutes or so to navigate our ...
... hello" back at the curious adults and children alike as we wandered up the main road admiring the houses. Suddenly Rhianwyn stopped, went deathly silent, even paler than she is now and grabbed John as he had continued to walk (not looking at the path) straight towards a large snake slithering across the road. It took a while for Rhianwyn to be able to move afterwards and the Island experience was now an exercise in observation and conservation of our lives. ...
-Drinking beer with the locals
-Dining with the locals
So what not to do?
We stayed away from the west side, Farang Beach or also called Charlie beach. Sure the beach is pretty nice (not the best) but the few locals there weren't as friendly, way too many tourists and expensive not so good food. Most of the people living here in this resort never spoken to a local or left the beach once. All owned by european expats or ...