Phala Cliff Beach Resort & Spa
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... again, and to have some company! We tanned and swam, tanned and swam (always wearing sunscreen, Mom), until it just got too cold to swim anymore. I then decided to give myself a little break from socializing, so I went to have dinner by myself at a restaurant where I sat at a low table on a pillow, looking directly at the ocean. I met up with everyone later at a fire show - this one I actually got to see! The men were twirling little balls of fire around on the end of ...
... was introduced to Green Tea Latte Shake. Basically a Green Tea and added condensed milk, some ordinary milk and lots of ice. It was actually very good! Then back to the plant for an afternoon of work.
About 5:30 we finished up and went out in the carpark and tried to find our little silver bus in amongst the many. many buses that were picking people up. Big Buses, small buses, many cars - it was chaos. The only way we could recognise our bus was by ...
... Thailand (from Cambodia, where I had been living and volunteering with AIDS orphans). I had tried to get a 60 day visa for Thailand in Phnom Penh, but, not realizing it takes four days to do that in Cambodia, and flying out the next day, I was told, by a Thai official, that I could simply get a 30 day visa at the Bangkok airport, and then get a 30 day extension after that. Easy.
Armed with this information, ...
I had always wanted to end my travels with a month on the beach but I hadn't expected to be in Asia in June. But that was before I met Oi and that was before several profitable poker sessions in Macau and Manila which allowed me the funds to stay another month in Asia. What could be a better way to end my travels than with an exotic woman on an exotic island with time on our hands? For a once pasty Englishman like me this was the stuff of dreams and was what ...
... locals mincing around the Khao San Road.
After a few days of the hustle and bustle of the big city, we decided to retreat to the beach for some pure relaxation (actually only our third time at the beach in the whole trip!) We decided to give Koh Samet a go, as its one of the closest beaches to Bangkok. We stayed at Jep's Bungalows, a quite touristy (for some quite sex touristy) but delightful little place, on a lovely stretch ...