Kasalong Phuket Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... two of us paddling about, BUT we actually had a paddle driver and took us all round these caves etc that was pretty fun, showing us caves that looked like elephants and snakes and turtles and scooby doo and a banana thats leaked (a penis) *all the pics and vids were taken on the go pro* We were taken back to the floating base, where we had lunch and bananas (normal eating bananas) and off heading back, we ...
... to wait until we got to Thailand to buy a new one. At the night market in Ko Samui, there were many watch vendors with lots of “designer” watches. I told my little friend, I was looking for a waterproof watch… and he showed me a “Diesel”. I made him promise that it was waterproof and he said, “yes, just don’t dive or swim a long time”. Wore it into the water the next day, did not ...
... with a pool, 7 bedrooms, a nanny, cleaners, a driver, two gorgeous 6 month old Labradors and an amazing family. When I was shown to the guest room i almost passed out... the room is so spacious with lovely high ceilings, dark wooden floors and furnishings with a huge personal balcony over looking the pool and you can also see the sea from it too, I have a lovely bathroom with a big shower, and the bed.. Oh my goodness.... Don't ...
... shops that change from day to night markets filled with food carts selling pad Thai, pork ball soup, mango and sticky rice and Thai tea in bags. There are tiny flags and lanterns that hang above the streets in red and gold colors. Old VW buses set up like mini bars that sell buckets of booze you can carry with you. There's even fried scorpions on a stick for sale! Outside of the popular backpackers road we took the public boat transportation to ...
Dinner: Garlic Noodles. This was the only normal meal we had all week. A fairly promising start, if I had only stayed on Monday I would have left Ban Jan thinking "what lovely food everyone eats in the middle of the jungle" Instead I was set up to disappointment.
Tuesday 13th August
Breakfast: No food, now we were promised food, especially in a village where no-one spoke english and the 'shop' aka someones front room, barely sold ...