Faasai Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Chantaburi
... party atmosphere which will suit us well as I promised Ashlee the last week "would be more holiday and less of the travelling" as we only have two shortish bus rides left to Bangkok. Only 7 nights left! Not counting overnight flight at end). We just drinking piña coladas (pineapple juice for Ashlee) at a Turkish inspired restaurant setting on beach having watched an awe inspiring fire show (see pictures). More about Koh Samet ...
... control 60 kids but once again they really behaved and did what I asked of them. Whilst I had kids literally under my feet my better half had 1.5hours off! I am not moaning though. I really took to teaching and would definitely do it as a job if we lived in Asia. I am not sure if I could do it back home though. The kids here are so much more behaved and their parents really appreciate the job you do.
The school itself had many practices that I think we could do ...
... foreigners don't normally go, so it was no surprise at all to find myself doing laps off the Bangkok ring roads. Eventually after much 'Echeabra Now' shouting we magically turned a corner and there it was. Now compared to the Southern bus terminal which is a modern airport like place this was a bit of a dive. However, there was a bus sitting waiting to set off to Trat (jumping off point for ferry to Koh Chang), after much ...
... t sure about so Hugh ate) and some corn on the cob (yay!). And some cakes. Then we stopped off at a hotel to have some yummy fruit shakes in their fairy-light lit garden (a beer garden says Hugh). We're now back at the guest house. Two funny little anecdotes for today... 1) We were sitting in the restaurant when Hugh suddenly said, in quite a calm manner, 'there's an elephant, get your camera'. 'What?' I say. 'What ...
... walking next to the petite little girls who, according to our research, are mostly from the rural Northern provinces. These girls are not here because some gang of thugs kidnapped them and are holding them hostage. They learn about the benefits from the other girls in their village who send home money to support their families. They are here to make money and hopefully find an old farang to 'sponsor' them. That may mean marrying them legally but ...