Springfield Village Golf & Spa
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... temple, or shrine. It is incredible the amount of things they dry or dehydrate. I suppose with lack of refrigeration, it is the safe and smart way to go. Especially in 35 degree temperature. Called into the modern day version of the market, the shopping centre mall. Life must be looking up for the little fishing village of Hua Hin, look at the cars they have on show in the middle of ...
... the room to read on the balcony; I have no idea where Nana was or what she was doing.
After lunch and an hour or so of very heavy rain mum went down to find the pool empty, surprise, surprise, I carefully tipped ¼ of a bottle of ice cold water down mums back before jumping in the pool in hysterics - the look on mums face was priceless! Nana and Pa met us down at the pool after failing to convince them to come down for a few hours because ...
Mum and Nana went to find the Laundromat with absolutely no idea where it was, although they were getting ready to go for 1.5 hours, and the clothes were already in the bags - doesn't sound like something Mum would do at all! Apparently the laundry was 500m down the road on the edge of a building with no signage. I reluctantly did homework while they were gone.
Another 1.5 hours later ...
... we were in the lake which was harder than it sounds.
Sara's party was good fun we listened to some music, and got to know the new guy, Travis, who has a tattoo on his bum of YES! . then we played twister which was quite good fun. the Thai vet students and the Spanish couple took an overload of pictures... hopefully some of them are good!
on Friday i had to clean Tan's pool (an Asiatic black bear) and scrub his tower. me and Victoria had ...
Went down for breakfast this morning and we could choose from brown rice, spaghetti beef bologais (their spelling), pork fried noodle, chicken fried with ginger, steam rice, chicken with bokchoy, congee pork, vegetable salad, eggs, ham, frankfurt like sausages, cereal, bread, croissants, and a Chinese croissant. As I said yesterday, nothing for us.
Nana made up a salad for herself for breaky. She had cherry tomatoes, shredded cabbage, cucumber cubes, ...