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< …
... br> After an early start and a busy morning, an afternoon by the pool sounded attractive. Unfortunately the pool area had been taken over by an extended French family with a noisy little girl. They were occupying all the sunbeds in the shade and so I stayed for a while and then retreated to the peace and quiet of my verandah.
The town was definitely starting to shift down a gear as the end of the season approached. I had thought I would visit Wimanthip ...
... them but moved onto Blah Blah Bar for my usual fruit shake.
There was a beautiful sunset and so as I walked down to Bang Niang beach to eat I decided on the spur of the moment to give Rabeang By The Sea another try. It was much improved. I wasn’t the only customer this time and they had done quite a lot of work on making the surroundings more attractive. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the colourful sunset as I tucked into their delicious fish with ...
... and had got the impression that they were going to do this following this afternoon’s classes. However on the way back Uli declared that he needed to go and have a shower and a lie down and could we do lesson preparation on Monday instead?
This suited me fine and so after wishing them well for the weekend, I headed home for a recuperative cup of tea on my verandah. No more classes for a while. I was on holiday! (again)
... there waiting for us.
We were rushed to our seats at the side of the assembly hall as soon as we arrived. Then the formalities began with welcome speeches read by one of the teachers, first in English and then in Thai. As each person attending was mentioned by name, there was polite applause. The mayor, the other local dignitaries and the staff at the school were wearing the military style uniforms which all government workers wear for formal occasions. ...