Eurolanta White Rock Resort
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- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... much of the night sweating profusely while watching the storm (I think we just achieved a personal record for Humidity Level Tolerated), and wondering if we’d be able to go gallivanting about a large body of water by morning. Things cleared up right around dawn, however, which is about when we met up with our taxi, along with a soft-spoken Canadiénne and a towering Dutchman.
Our driver bounced us along to our old friend the ferry dock where we climbed across a ...
... but then hate the people that employ their services, is a puzzling conundrum. We were happy to see the back of him.
We walked the last hundred metres and entered our new accommodation. I chose room 7 which was closer to the beach; we unpacked a few bits and put our costumes on to go for a swim. The beach was 100 metres away and although it was close, it wasn't as close as it was when we were in Cambodia.
... of his prey. It wasn’t even the fact that his spiritual, intellectual and mythical charisma could have been contained within an ants toenail; it was more that this guy just repelled you from him, and this fact alone served as a contradiction to everything that we believed in, and the rest of our group clearly resonated with this fact, and were unfortunately stuck in the middle of nowhere place in North East Thailand, and stuck in this situation too. We were lucky to have a ...
... quiet island.
After three days, we decided to head further south to some smaller islands. It is so easy to island hop. There are so many boats that you can get boats to pick you up in front of your hotel on the beach to take you to beaches that are hours away. Our next island stop was Koh Ngai which only has a few small resorts and no cars. We spoiled ourselves and stayed in a beachside resort which was right in front of ...
... sensação que todas as pessoas bonitas do mundo estão aqui.
Bem, tradicionalmente a Thailandia também é conhecida por uma técnica de tatuagem com bamboom. É uma técnica milenar praticada pelo monges budistas, feita com um bamboo fino e comprido e uma “agulha” na ponta. Bem, não podíamos sair daqui sem uma, né?? Quem são as corajosas? Sarita e Flavia!!! As 2horas da manhã estávamos num “studio” de tattoo bamboo, bem, digamos que um sala ...