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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... But the best part is the location - one of the best units by the beach! A bit of bar noise with the base from the DJ music but not unbearable. Today was all about not doing too much - just relaxing into beach mode and being laid back and unhurried. We slept in till 8.30 and walked the 5 minutes to the village where we had croissants and iced coffee before renting a newish scooter for the day. It was great that Ashlee was keen to ride on the ...
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 ...
... br> Other interesting facts about Thailand. I may have said this one already, but there are 7-11's everywhere. In the town of Ko Samet which is literally 1 main street, there are 4!
Fact 2- In Thailand, the whiter you are, the better. You have to be really careful about any creams or lotions that you buy because they all contain whitening ingredients. I had to buy sunscreen, and spent forever examining the bottles for one that would actually let me get a tan ...
... 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 ...
... are) not peaceful. But he wasn't done yet. "If my son goes to America he has to do what your laws say. So you do too in Thailand!" I looked at him, and, trying to keep from either saying something I thought might be regretted, or breaking down in tears, I said, "When your son comes to America, I hope he is treated better than I am being treated in Thailand." He gestured me to go away.
So I now have to leave ...