Weekender Resort & Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like us,and the Italians were heading for Cambodia. The morning we left,it was about 9am,and by 11am we just about cleared the city,it was that busy,heading for Amphoe,Cha-Am,but from there it was plain sailing,and once free of the traffic arrived at our small guest house at about 2pm,complete with restaurant and most importantly A SWIMMING POOL! I was straight in there,Fantastic! Next morning up and away heading towards Chum Phon,great ...
... of the flying thing a bit later in the day. Turns out our bodies need a day of indoor rest between beach days...who knew that relaxing could be such HARD work! So today was one of those rest/catch up on work days. This is what it looks like to work paperlessly, no desk needed, just a hand held calculator and your laptop...and some patience...it is not the same as spreading out papers all over. It is one of the greatest things that I am learning here ...
... have to pay for almost any other house.) There really is nothing available. We would need 2 hotel rooms and they are not cheap either! ARGH. Maybe we are stuck in this house. So I call Saksay in Khon Kaen to ask for his advice. He starts laughing and says, "You are in Thailand now where having ants in your house is normal". I get Colette to listen to him and she calms down. (a bit)
AIRBNB reaches out to the property manager to tell him that the ...
... Langkawi in Malaysia on the 4th December. It would mean leaving Koh Samui on the 3rd though as we had to spend a night on the mainland first because of the ferry timings. So bus tickets in hand, we were minding our own business when we were touted for a Timeshare.
As we had nothing else to do and the promise of a free coffee and a free weeks' stay in Thailand was dangled at us, we went along and paid it lip service. Actually it was quite ...
... think twice before actively chasing one that size. The day I left Koh Toa was the worst weather I'd seen in Thailand. Driving rain and gale force winds. It's never a good sign when you check out to catch your ferry to Koh Samui and the receptionist starts giggling when she hands you a sea sickness tablet. Leaving the harbour I was pondering in my head if I'd be able to continue reading my book during the crossing or whether it would make me feel too sick. ...