Wattana Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Sooooo many babies and a man fed the big male a banana so we did too! I touched his wild little monkey hand! Most of them were eating trash, so that wasn't good. It was especially funny to watch the dogs running around chasing the monkeys! Well, we have had lizards in our room and seen tons of dead snakes on the road, but no snakes in our room yet at least! Oh, and last week we were invited to a birthday party of the man who rented us the scooter, I think he might be ...
... wobble when I think about it! I think anyone who knows me would have been so proud (I hate blood!) but I emptied my bag to find my first aid kit and gave his wife savlon wash to wash the very badly bleeding cut! I really hope he's ok.
Then we were off again in our longtail, enjoying the beauty of the island. We stopped in the shadow of a big cave and did some snorkelling where we saw the beautiful coloured corals! Back in the boat my guide asked if I liked starfish - I smiled so on ...
... were all in different carriages. I'm basically making my way to Bangkok in order to enter Cambodia at the end of November. I couldn't pass Hua Hin though without paying Nicky a visit again. She is a dear friend and it might be a very long time before we meet again. I probably won't be doing much worth writing about, or that i want the world to know about, over the next few weeks so i'll make the next blog entry just before, or just after entering Cambodia at the end of the month.
... the night and the small dirt tracks from the beach turned into rivers and streams. It's low season here now as the weather is changing. It's the hottest month of the year here now and just entering the rainy season which in Thailand means some serious amounts of rainfall. Ko Mook is amazing for it's seclusion but after snorkeling and Kayaking what we could find it was time to sort out our next move and luckily we came up with an absolute blinder. We knew we were going to head to ...
... and were plunged into darkness. The guide switched on his torch, and we swam following the beam of light, but otherwise it was absolutely black. Glancing behind me, I couldn't see the others in the group, though from the sound of their breathing, I could tell that they were mere feet away from me. The water, though certainly too deep to touch the bottom, wasn't deep enough to warrant the sound of roaring waves that echoed around us suddenly and frighteningly every few ...