Nang Thong Bay Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We flew out from Melbourne on the 6th October
just after midnight on Malayasian Airlines, quick stop in KL & then onto
Phuket. We found Malayasian Airlines fine, except for the horrible food. All
flights left on time & the service was fine.
Exitted the airport at Phuket & our driver from Cheaper_khaolak< …
... event Ken persuaded them to hire Kobin (who drives the volunteers to and from school everyday) and his taxi for the day. Barbara had the outline of an itinerary which was communicated reasonably successfully to Kobin and off we went.
First stop was the Tsunami Memorial Wall at Baan Nam Kem. Whilst the Police Boat in Khao Lak serves as a memorial for most of the foreigners who lost their lives in the tsunami, many of those honoured at Baan Nam Kem are Thais. On ...
... a long gleaming white concrete bridge erected over the creek, emblazoned with the sign “Bang Niang Bridge 2014”. I was amused to find that on the far side of the bridge there was no concrete road, in fact no road at all, just a footpath through the fields!
I decided to have a walk down to the market where I purchased some flip flops and a couple of succulent freshly grilled pork kebabs to stave off the pangs of hunger, as I had not eaten since breakfast. As ...
... fulfills military contracts with RF, at the time their military troops occupy Crimea.There is another thing: we as people do not want to join eu as a raw materials appendage, we want to become economically viable first on our own.]
Glossary: afaik - as far as I know ffs - for f%&*'s sake lulz - laugh out loud - plural
Approximately 90 percent of the 2004 Thailand tsunami fatalities occurred in the area where Elenka and ...
... of Khao Lak, stretching northwards as far as the eye could see were wonderful. The food was unsophisticated but good. It was cuisine from Isaan, an area in the northeast of Thailand, and was a little spicier than is normally the case in these parts. In the afternoon I found a lovely shady spot on the beach, under a huge casuarina tree, where I sat and read my book.
Although our schools were shut on Wednesday, our weekly visit to the ...