Faasai Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... the Eastern bus terminal (they have 3 different terminals in Bangkok servicing different parts of the country) at 3am...I eventually happen upon a friendly French couple who told me how to pronounce the name (Echeabra or something like that) in Thai so I wandered over and got into a taxi. Now, I always knew this was going to turn into a farce, some tired foreign bloke getting into a Thai taxi at that time wanting to go ...
... and Cambodia. Unfortunately there's no food on offer in the guest house so we had to head into town. Which was a bit of an adventure. There aren't a lot of tourists in Chantaburi so vegetarian wasn't really an option. We found a restaurant that did vegetable soup (which Hugh ate, it was icky - a few boiled-to-death veggies in grey water). Then we headed for the night market and found some plain noodles (which again, ...
... The Songkran tradition is recognized as a valuable custom for the Thai community, society and religions. The value for family is to provide the opportunity for family members to gather in order to express their respects to the elders by pouring scented water onto the hands of their parents and grandparents and to present them gifts including making merits to dedicate the result to their ancestors. The elders in return ...