Casa Bonita Guest House
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and enjoyed. Pete went walkabout several hours ago to hunt down some beer and genuine Thai food and the kids and I are resting up. Reading, writing, chilling out. A friend of ours flies in tonight from Adelaide so we will either catch up with him tonight or tomorrow, the irony considering neither of us knew the other had booked to come at this time. He's here for a month but I think we'll all be more than ready to go home by ...
... had a shower in the concrete conservatory at the back of our room. Walked to tesco and bought some tissues cos of my awful cold I have!! Then couldn't find anywhere to eat so went bak to the hotel and they said dinner had stopped being served so they ordered us a taxi and 2 mopeds turned up! So we got on the back and they took us to a restaurant where I had to spiciest sweet and sour ...
... and I left to go to the mini mart and as soon as we got downstairs it started hammering down with rain. We stood undercover for a little bit waiting for it to pass, but it looked pretty set in so we went back upstairs to get umbrellas. It absolutely poured down all the way to shop (about a five minute walk) and the gutters were full of water and we had to move when cars went past as they would splash dirty water on us. It was still really warm though and by the time ...
... off to see Siray Island, there is a Westin hotel located there and that's all I knew. On the map it mentioned a Sea Gypsy Village and the Cape. We followed the signs for both and found nothing! We did go off road down a rough road, passing lots of signs in Thai with red writing which I thought was a 'Keep Out’ sign, probably was as we stumbled across a large group of men and women all drinking by a graveyard. One man seemed quite aggressive and I glanced at Martin ...
... jumped out of bed and rolled him into his side. I was shaking him and trying to wake him but he wouldn't wake at all and I was also a bit worried that waking him might make it worse. So instead, for the next maybe 20 minutes I was watching him shout and throw up every 5 minutes making sure he didn't choke. There were five other people in the room while all this was going on and NONE of them woke up! After a while the room stank of sick and my caring side had worn ...