Tusita Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... Zoe Lovett.
In the Vintageants, Bill Shields was again quickest overall, in a time of 6:59, second Phil Garrett and Kieron Brown, on 7:16. Daniel Day and Roland Doyle, also in a Chevy, was third best on 8:00 dead.
The day has not been without drama. The Volvo Amazon of Heather and Jo Worth has finally died on us all, after promising to run again – some of us heard it coming back to life at midnight ...
... was amazing as we sipped ice cold beers and wine coolers under bamboo thatch huts and coconut palms and we almost managed to live off our budget of 1000 thb (about $30).
We will stay here for a week before we explore Koh Tao and Koh Phangan.
Bye for now
P.S. I almost forgot...We caught the shuttle bus from Suvarnabhumi airport to Don Maeng Airport to get our flight ...
... the guesthouse touts and taxi drivers. It was bedlam there! We had already agreed that breakfast was the priority then after all the chaos and excitement that surrounds a new boat coming in had calmed down, we would walk the streets and find somewhere to stay at our own pace.
Once again, Asia proves to us why it's the best continent on the planet. We had just finished mopping up our egg when we were approached by a man of senior years let's say. Clive. He had a ...
... ve met a few guys called Din (Earth) and many, many women called Nam (Water), but i've never met another Lom (Wind) or a Fai (Fire). About 1/3 of the way back down the mountain, the path splits and leads to a temple which is in the process of being built. I got chatting to the monks here who were all hard at work on the temple in one form or another. They spoke about the same amount of English as i speak Thai, so between us we managed to understand each other and they were ...
From Bangkok, we took a sleeper train to Chumphon. Joey may think that sleeping on a train is a great treat, but after 9 1/2 hours & very little sleep & cockroaches we weren't so sure. But at least we had a private 2 person cabin, we were doing better than 3rd class! We arrived in Chumphon at 4.30am, after an hour waiting on the platform, we got a bus to the dock & then a 3 hour ferry to Ko Tao. ...