Nang Thong Beach Resort 2
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... week’s teaching. Steph had been a hit with the village policeman who had followed her everywhere including turning up one day at the school. The children thought it was very amusing and held their wrists together, questioning whether she was going to be arrested. They had finished the week with a hilarious class for the 6 year olds on “clothing”. They took lots of Steph’s clothes to the class and played a game where the first child to ...
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It was a lovely day again and I had some lunch on the beach and then took a long walk along the shore towards Bang Niang. By the time I got back I was ready for a dip in the pool and an hour or two’s reading. It was raining when I went out to eat and so I stayed fairly close to home, choosing to go to Khao Lak Thai Food Restaurant for a delicious beef massaman curry. At the Ska Bar, which is completely open air, all the tables and ...
... territory and it was necessary to clamber over tree roots and fallen branches. The vegetation was all around making it very humid with just the occasional glimpse of the sea through the trees. The sweat was soon running down my back. This hadn’t been a very good idea. I thought of turning back but knew that once I reached the beach there was a path back up to the main road. I wouldn’t have to return the same way. There were ...
... Garden’ at Fort Canning. It was only in 1859 that the Gardens at its present site was founded and laid out in the English Landscape Movement’s style by an Agri-Horticultural society.
In the early years, the Gardens played an important role in fostering agricultural development in Singapore and the region through collecting, growing, experimenting and distributing potentially useful plants. One of the earliest and ...
... along the beach until we found some suitable shady sunbeds for the day at Joy Beach Bar. It was high tide and the sea was occasionally washing under the sunbeds in front of us but we managed to stay high and dry. I persuaded Phil to partake of a light lunch and we shared some deep fried prawns with a spicy papaya salad washed down with fresh fruit shakes.
After a suitable period of post prandial relaxation we decided to treat ourselves to a ...