Andaman Princess Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... trip. Mari finished Uni in Liverpool 12 months ago and since then has been doing bar work back in her hometown. When I asked where that was, she replied that it was a little town in Wales, called Aberystwyth. It’s a small world!
As usual the first class was fairly lively but the lesson, on Thai road signs, went pretty well. The signs we taught them included “Elephant Zone” and the sign most blatantly disregarded by Thai drivers “No ...
... to try Sabai Sabai, somewhere I had never ventured into before. It was lovely. There were tables under the trees on the edge of the beach only one of which was already taken. There was no music just the very relaxing sound of the sea and the fish I ordered was very good. It was a touch expensive though (ie the bill exceeded £5) and so I probably shalln’t become a regular customer. Of course just a little further down the road I later came to “Rabeang by the ...
... to see if I had received any birthday messages. I had four, three of them from computers and one from a real person!
As usual I breakfasted at the German Cafe on Sunday morning. The front page of the Bangkok Post was devoted almost entirely to the new trade agreements which the Thai government had signed with the Chinese, and the new sections of wider gauge railway that the Chinese were going to build for them.
It was a little cloudy again but ideal ...
... descended on the venue. Like many other tourists I wandered around and photographed some of the bikes but entry to the event was by ticket only.
I made a few purchases at the market and stopped by Blah Blah Bar to chat with my friend there. She told me she was thinking of leaving the market and setting up a new bar in Bang Niang which she could operate every day instead of just 12 market days a month. I revisited Dao Thong Restaurant to eat where I ...
... included all the beaches and true to their word they had closed the handful of beach bars that had been located on this stretch of beach. Instead the land under the trees behind the beach had been cleared and the owners had done some rather attractive landscaping and built some more upmarket style bars with sunbeds available under the trees. I stopped at one of these for a drink. The beach actually now looked lovely but I was going to miss eating out at night under the ...