Villa Bali Resort & Spa
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... my last day on the island was lovely. I went back to Perfect Dough again.... and had breakfast (best fried eggs in ages and they use real butter on their toast - bonus). Then I spent the whole day under an umbrella reading my book then going for a swim when I was too hot and only coming out when I'd cooled down. Bliss.
In-between the procession of beach sellers I managed to fit in fresh fruit (and my last banana roti) drinks were supplied by Perfect Dough. Then as ...
... tao is small truck with seats in the bed. They are driving and honking non-stop. You just look at one, and it will pull over. You hop in, and hit a buzzer when you want him to stop. You never know quite where he is going, so if he makes a turn away from where you want to go, you have to hit the buzzer and he'll stop. Then you walk up to the window and give him about 10 baht and walk away. If you ask him how much, he'll charge you closer to 50 baht. It like everything ...
... dish meal (with a sauce you added and mixed through). Mine had beef and many vegetables and rice and noodles and an egg. It was good! Accompanied by a Lemon Shake - I would have called it a Lemon Granita - it was another great meal and the cost was 280 THB including a service charge (tip) that's like $AUD9.
Walked around Pattaya for a bit just to get a feel for the differentness. And then back to the hotel as we had another early start tomorrow.
... day, we had to make our way home to Bangkok.
On Tuesday, Julian had his very first day at school, and had to get up at the crack of dawn to be at school on time. Ever the supporting partner, I happily slept through his departure, and snoozed till midday. Once I had finally roused myself from my coma, I decided my first port of call in Bangkok had to be the Royal Palace, and emerald Buddha temple. As soon as I stepped into the hallowed grounds of the palace, I proceeded to ...
... night trying to get to sleep, too hot to put the cover over us, paranoid that every itch was another insect biting us. It wasn't nice. The only place my bites felt ok were in the Sea. Which was the warmest sea I'd ever been in by the way.
On the Saturday night, i was ******** it about the United Barca game. I'd found a place that was showing it on a big screen, which was lucky as most places shut around 2 on Koh Samet and the game kicked off at 1.45am. After tea, we followed ...