Ban Kao Tropical Boutique Residence & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... us of the new tenant in the building, a two metre, or so it seems according to the picture, python. He apparently just popped in to complain that there were no lifts in the building, so he had to use the stairs. I received the scary picture from Sylvie with the message “did you see your new neighbour in the condo? Maybe it is Larry’s successor .....” Adri discussed the python's visit with Eran, who took the picture, later on in the day and she advised that ...
... could not be opened, then I tried to download Windows updates but lost the network, again, and the machine went into a complete freeze (in the tropics of all places), had to do a hard reset, twice. I guess some days are just like that…
We decided on the weekend that we needed to try the “happy hours” of a few more pubs in the Bangrak area. This was initially scheduled for yesterday, but we ran out of time… of all things. So today is the day. ...
... quenching as always! The remainder of the the night was spent roaming the streets and many shops, picking up the odd beverage and snack, and sitting down for some late night pizzas. We didn't quite get our fix earlier. I didn't allow the socializing to escalate as we had an early 8am start ahead of us. Turns out my methods worked well for Jd but Trav (on the other hand) ended up venturing out in the night with intentions of joining up with a pub crawl. Goooood ...
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- I’m hungry …… eating
... evening had by all with a range of topics covered over about 2 hours.
Sunday 1 February – We woke to a coolish dawn with the sun poking through clouds and mist as we anchored about 4km off Koh Samui. Apparently the bottom is less than 100 feet any closer than that and the big ships have to stand off the shore and use their lifeboats (tenders) to ferry passengers to and fro the shore – a journey that took about 15 minutes each ...