Villa Bali Resort & Spa
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... walk to the ferry. We stayed 2 nights. This was one of the cheapest places on the island but there were a few others for 600 baht a night. Papa Rogers was near the ferry. Very basic and noisy but a great location close to to the ferry and most everything.
I felt this was an island of romance. Being with the German girl as just friends, was a little odd at times for me, but we both enjoyed each others company and had fun. We went out for dinner and breakfast at various ...
... pavement watching the world go by which is far more entertaining than sitting in 'Cheap Charlie's - a cool expat bar but you have to listen to international expats droning on about which club they are a member of and so on. On the pavement we have met a few different characters like the 'entrepreneur' from Bangladesh and numerous Indian's with whom we chatted about everything from cricket to life in India and their recommended destinations. We have been indulging in ...
... plate - and I could only read the numbers, not the letters. So we re-traced our way back to the hotel - much longer trip at night, dumped our laptops in our rooms and headed out for dinner.
Pattaya is a very, very touristy town. There are lots of hotels, bars and restaurants. Ross, Nicky and I went to a Korean restaurant in "Central" shopping Mall called "AKA". Ross insisted I try the Bibimbub which is a Korean classic dish. It was very good - ...
After another day of relaxing by the pool it was time to return to Bangkok. We took the free hotel transfer- back of a pickup- to Ao Nang and then a shared taxi truck to the bus station. The bus arrived in Surat Thani a few hours later where we decided to brave a local orange bus. It was absolutely packed beyond belief and by the looks of things we were the only non locals on board. It was too full for the doors to close and Nick hung on for his life for the first ...
... I guess it was obvious that we were very happy in each others company. Unfortunately all good things must come to an end and after leaving Koh Samet we made our way back to Bangkok for my flight the next day. Saying goodbye was painful but it was always going to happen. Maybe I would return to the Land of Smiles in the future? Who knows.
My next blog will contain musings on Asia and my travel experience since I have returned to the UK and I hope you enjoy ...