Tusita Resort & Spa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... decided to go to the beach. Jen and I had one of those "We're really seeing another culture" moment as we ventured down too.
Many kids were flying kites that were for sale (20 thb - about 75cents), whilst anxious mothers stood on the shoreline as naked, happy toddlers squealed in the turquoise marine. Men drank, smoked and argued as they tried to get charcoal cooking fires started and the Mamas ...
... like it.
Lunch was no soggy sandwich affair either. When we stopped a huge array of dishes had been put out on some nicely laid up tables for us and everyone tucked in. Except Jody as the vegetarian options were a bit thin on the ground but never mind - rice is vegetarian.
We continued our journey with the knowledge that the bus company had promised to look after us but not knowing what that meant. There were a couple of lads on the bus that worked in a ...
... br> I did hire a motorbike for one of the dry days. It was a little daunting at first. I mean i haven't ridden a bike for 4 years, then add to that the chaos that is Thailand's roads. But it didn't take long before everything slotted into place and made sense again. It was a good day out and doubled as a confidence boost for the many motorbike day trips i have ahead of me. While i did ride Nicky's bike in Hua Hin, it was only short distances on quiet roads. Firstly, i went to a view ...
... a mosquito net on the ceiling. They did add a fan to the mix later that evening. I was offered an upgrade at 1.5 times the price, but since my hut was already setting me back 17 euros a night I decided not to go for it. You pay for the location on Koh Kradan. And this is where it gets better (you were wondering, right?). Koh Kradan is possibly the nicest little island you can imagine. With whole stretches of beach to yourself and ...
... the manager resulted in being informed that we would actually have to pay an extra $15 a night for the room. Turns out the Agoda listing on A-Te always defaults to one guest, very unusual, as it is normal for the listing to include 2 guests. And so it goes…
After some back and forth, I played the honeymoon card with the manager and she acquiesced by upgrading us to a giant poolside room, and we agreed to buck up the extra baht. I also used the "Win-Win" ...