Motive Cottage Resort
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... ensued as I talked with the Thai staff initially and later with a young Czech girl (who was travelling around Thailand with her boyfriend) and then with my Thai waitress friend’s “new man”. He turned out rather surprisingly to be considerably younger than her previous farang. What’s more, in this predominantly German resort, he was English, coming from Leeds, and he had travelled out on the same flight that I had come on. So we commiserated with ...
Today I thought it would be great to get the adrenaline kicking in by going on a white water rafting tour that will include a visit to the Ton Pariwat Wildlife Sanctuary waterfall and an elephant ride through the jungle. An unforgettable day out.
I started the day early at 8am we take a tour bus up the mountains to start water rafting. I started by watching a safety and demonstration video on water rafting and put on helmets and life ...
The winds and swell out on the surin Islands have died down according to reports bought back by the divers who have just been out for 2 days To celebrate we go out for dinner to Mr Choius and are now treated as long lost friends with items sold out on the menu miraculously appearing Stephen went out snorkeling early again with the German around the headland he went one way and the German the ...
... a primitive bamboo hut as we looked out over a tropical beach in Thailand while the sun set into the Andaman Sea towards India.
We asked one of the gals to suggest the best local beach restaurant. She quietly directed us to the furthest one, as she didn’t want the owner of the restaurant right next door to hear: Mama’s Greeting. “It’s the best!” she whispered. Off we went, and soon tucked into a very inexpensive ...
... Fah and then at Tonson Restaurant. Both were still very good but it was a sign of the way Bang Niang is growing that at Tonson where two years ago they had a single row of tables and chairs on the sand, last year they had two rows and this time I found myself on the back row of three.
I had been a little worried to see that another favourite restaurant, Tabeang, seemed to have closed down. Happily I soon found a new restaurant of the same name in the ...