Karon Sea Sands Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Karon
... Italians, Emiliano, a nice Florentine who has traveled the world and gave me valuable information especially on Japan that he has visited and of which he is studying the language. It seems that it is not as expensive as I thought, and so I can visit IT without spending incredible amounts and then I will think about it in the near future.In the beach then I met two other Sicilian from Catania, Dino and Giovanni. Also a gentleman of Nicosia, Cyprus, a friendly English ...
... arrive at the virgin terminal where we are to check in, our bags are labelled and taken from us to be put on the plane.
It is now 8:45pm.
Our plane doesn't leave until 12:05am. Novera is getting really hungry so we decided to go and get some dinner, check out the shops in the airport and wait patiently to board the plane to our holiday destination, Phuket. ...
Think this will be my penultimate entry from Asia. Bree and Charlotte ( met up in Bangkok right at the start) tracked me down in Phuket. They had been working at an animal rescue centre on an island not far away and had island hopped to Phuket Town for a couple of days. It was great to catch up with the girls again. I took them on a bike tour of the southern part of Island. We had lunch near the beach, they planed to go to ...
... amazing mix of creative Thai teenagers peddling home made wares, over-earnest singer/songwriter performances, and a great food market. There was such a great atmosphere and (at the risk of sounding like the old **** that I'm quickly becoming) it was nice to see so many young people taking part in something that required their creative input and energy. We decided to travel by songtheaw (literally, 'two rows' in Thai, these are trucks with open but covered backs with two ...
... around with knees and shoulders exposed and no one pays me any attention. In fact compared to the hassling in Bali, it is rather tranquil here. Who would have thought that Phuket could seem peaceful?
Here is a few Thai pics and the last few from Sri Lanka. Also, if any of you are interested in more info about our junket to the Cultural Triangle, Graham put a good write up and pics on his site: