Ao Prao Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
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One of the joys of travel sometimes is not knowing where you may spend the night or where the next meal is coming from. Independent travel does teach you to be resourceful, opportunistic and assertive. That's not to say that you shouldn't plan and be well informed as this reduces the risk of a bad experience - knowing how much a taxi should cost, what the local tourist scams are and what time the last bus leaves will all reduce any stress ...
We were due to be collected this morning at 8.30am but the minivan was a little late as the - acknowledged- message did not get through to our guides. No matter! We were in the van and on our way by 9.30. After thinking that it would just be Seamus and me,I was a little surprised to find that there are in fact 6 others on this trip. However, the others are lovely and will make excellent companions for the next two weeks. Our first proper stop was ...
... beaches to Bangkok. It is on an island, and came recommended by my friends brother. I have learned that public transport in Thailand is never on time, and you can add at least an hour to any journey. As I am never in a hurry, this is fine. I took a bus and a boat to get to the island and met a nice German guy on the boat. We ended up staying in the same hotel and hanging out together for a few days. It is harder to meet people here because rooms are so cheap ...
... roads lead there. As I walked along I looked at each restaurant, but I was not brave enough to try any - they all looked a little dodgy or I wasn't prepared to face the barrage of the girls. So I got to the far end of Walking Street without finding anywhere for dinner. I decided I would head back and maybe checkout the restaurants at Central Shopping - the seemed far less dodgy. By the time I got back to the start of Walking Street, I ...
... Thailand, and I guess I was either unlucky, or a victim of this jerk's bad mood, or that he simply did not like how I looked, or that I was American.
I showed our driver my visa's date, and told him I had wanted a 30 day extension like the others in our group. One of the Russians helpfully told me that perhaps I should change nationalities. The driver spoke with several people, and finally took me back to the ...