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- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Bloody football. Wasn't enough space in two bars we found it was either no tablets or people had booked reservations! How bizzare, why would people do that to watch the football. Couldn't find anywhere so ended up back at the hotel, where he had to watch it on his phone because a couple man utd fans that were there could get the channel up on the hotel's communal tv. - shame. The thai food was real good at the hotel, chicken sweet and sour is ...
... in many other places along my travels! A huge thanks to my teacher - for being patient with me, and then being able to properly commence celebration with me! The rest of the time on this island consisted of wandering aimlessly.. Relaxing on the beach, partying some nights away, enjoying amazing food, and then unfortunately becoming ill.. I had been ill since Ao Nang and shrugged it off as nothing but a ...
... we spent the rest of our time renting motorbikes and driving into the mountains to local villages, sampling some local cuisine and trying to break the language barrier. Driving through those mountains was an absolute pleasure, that's the only way I can describe it - beautiful. We must've driven around 100km all round and his as we arrived back into Sapa in the pitch black darkness the bike I was on with Sarah on my back ran out of fuel. So here we are in the centre ...
... abundance sea cucumbers around and diving down to the seafloor; we even saw a trigger fish (he wasn't in attacking mode which was good!). Our last stop was Nangyuan, which was two islands connected by a sandbar and we snorkelled in 'Japanese Gardens' - it was at this time that Tara and I realised how burnt we were and it was only after stopping in 'I love salad' cafe and having lasange and salad, that we really saw the damage - we were both bright red, even Z had some ...
... in a treetop restaurant, which served great food, luckily! The squid with fried rice was bloody amazing.
After a day lounging on the beach, we fancied seeing the island from the highest viewpoint. Ross had been going on about it since the night train, so I'm sure that had something to do with it! Wearing nothing but bikinis, sarongs and flip flops, we climbed to the John-Sawan viewpoint to see the view of both sides of the ...