Le Vimarn Cottages & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a delightful 4 hours in a mini van (and the obligatory 10min stop at a 'speed boat sales place' where they try to convince tourists they have to pay 2,000 baht return) for a private speed boat to the island!) we arrived at the pier and booked our (250 baht return) tickets on the ferry and sailed across a blue ocean to a beautiful white beach!
We stayed at a Hostel called 'Ollys Hostel' - Olly is a 23 year old british guy who I met when he was just ...
... d had enough, and when one more man approached me, I said, "Mai chai korp khun kaa!!" which means "No, thank you!!" He just looked at me and said, "Oh... Mai chai... You speak Thai very good..." and walked away. I went into the main terminal and bought a ticket for a minibus to Rayong. While I was standing and eating the fresh mango slices I had just bought, I saw a girl with a backpack looking confused (just as I had a few minutes before). I thought about ...
... Vietnam where no-one really uses password protection on their wifi thus enabling you internet access in most larger towns, Thai's are fastidious in their use of such protection meaning it is very difficult to ascertain where you are using google maps on an iPod. This made our trip across Bangkok pretty difficult. After a number turnabouts and asking for directions we eventually, an hour later that we thought, made it to our hosts. Carlos and Yu are friends from Nepal, Carlos was actually ...
... starting the 3 hour drive. After riding around in the back of trucks and on buses, I'm definitely getting sick of traveling around all the time. Most people on the minibus got off in Rayong along the main street. By the time we had driven through the biggest part of the city, there was only 1 other passenger. I started to get worried that I had missed my stop and asked the other girl about the ferry (using my handy dandy Thai phrase book). She drew a picture of the ferry station for ...
... The storms are pretty spectacular too - we watched one slowly moving towards us a couple of nights ago, finally arriving with some of the loudest thunder and it stayed that way for over an hour. Definitely not one I could sleep through! As I sit here writing this, I can see lightning sparking erratically in the distance. I'm hoping tonight will stay this cool as we are both nursing sunburn after our day in the water, all traces of suncream washed away in the ...