Le Paradis Boutique Resort & Spa
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... ones on the beach, so no biggie. We ordered two Chang and a Sprite, for “you know what”. The wifi was great and we spent a leisurely hour until the beer evaporated. We called for the bill and although we expected it to be larger than normal due it being a five star resort and all, I was a bit miffed at the “extra” charges that were included. The one thing that always peeves me is when an establishment automatically include a 10% service fee. Who says the service ...
... islands called Koh Thalu, Koh Din, Koh Chet Mun, Koh Nae Thap and Koh Maaeng Pong. When looking at Koh Maaeng from the Conrad it looks like a whale, and is thus generally known as whale island, but Derek observed that, if that creature is travelling in the other direction, i.e. south, then it looks like a turtle. He was spot on in his assessment.
Doing our 007 cruise around the islands we headed off towards Koh Mudsum, but first stopped off for a snorkel along the way, ...
... we were just too busy you see. From there I was going to give Adri another riding lesson but when we saw the sunset developing in the west we decided to stop off at the Boat Bar for a beer, I mean a sunset... or was that for a beer. Nature did not disappoint, as per the pictures. While we were sitting there, slowly sipping our beers, there was such a pleasant breeze blowing, not cool, not warm, just pleasant, wonderful.
Once the sun said its final goodbyes we upped and ...
... it is weekend after all, so we set off for Choeng Mon, this time not on foot but by bike. We settled in at the Crystal Restaurant for breakfast, me with a normal English breakfast of two eggs, bacon, sausage, toast... great, and Adri with a glass noodle salad. Strange choice for breakfast, I agree, but that was the order, and apparently, it was also great. But then again, I would not know, I did not try it, and you’ll soon find out why. The glass noodle salad is ...
... of frailty I made myself a promise.
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