Kantary Bay, Rayong
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: 12.6879997253418px;">It wasn't that great to be honest and I knew I couldn't stay there beyond the one night I had already prepaid for, so after I had checked in, I went for a nice walk to find something better for the rest of my stay.
Next shock; I had to pay to get to the beach - 200 baht (£4). Apparently it's because it's a National Park and it will be valid for the whole week I am here, but still!
The beach ...
... boat. Everyone started evacuating and Mr Chow got really stressed 'WHAT ARE YOU DOING ITS ONLY A BIT OF SMOKE , NOT LIKE IT'S A TSUNAMI!' and he was huffing and puffing at them! The boat was so unbalanced coz no one would sit at the front so it was all over the place. I considered putting a life jacket on my backpack. The fumes were actually unbearable in the end - we had to go outside and sit in the luggage rack just to try and get some fresh air.
... and crafts. I walk past the locals and toward the beach. They are a couple of early risers in the water already but I wasn't interested in going into the water at this time. As I walk closer to the water I stop walking when I notice something small moving quickly on the beach but then disappear within seconds. I take another step towards the water and in the corner of my eye I see something moving quickly but disappear again. These quick moving critters ...
Hey blog lovers! So as you will (hopefully) have noticed, I was not present for the gap yah crew's foray into north Thailand. My boyfriend Julian is currently living in Bangkok (or Krung Thep, as the locals have it) as he has got a job teaching English in a secondary school. So this is my account of the 10 days I spent staying with him, rather than gallivanting round the country, like the good girlfriend I am.
On Thursday the first of December, we landed in ...
... in the south, apart from a few beach bars and restaurants, it is pretty much untouched.
The bus journey down to the coast went by really quickly compared to some of the 18 hour journeys we have done in the past, and when we found out that the boat journey across to the island was only half an hour, we aggreed the whole journey had been a breeze. Unfortunately for us, just as we arrived at the pier, huge storm clouds ...