Pimalai Resort And Spa
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... Sans", sans-serif; -ms-word-wrap: break-word; box-sizing: border-box;">DAY 4 PAKBENG – HONGSA – SAYABOURI
On your fourth day, you will leave early from Pakbeng and ride out on your motorcycle to Hongsa. Hongsa is a remarkable village that has two bustling markets packed full of freshly prepared ...
... altered. We had planned to hike over to Blake's and spend the day with him at his pool and play tennis but rain stopped play!
The rain was consistent until after lunch so we chilled in the bungalow and watched a film and then when it eventually stopped we headed out for a walk and got some lunch.
We did a walking tour of our side of the island before sneaking into one of the nice hotel pools to cool off.
We headed back to get changed and went out ...
... produce going to rot on the vine, we wondered why we were not using the crops to feed the hungry crew. After seeing countless abandoned houses on site, and some homes which were abandoned even before the buildings completion we soon got the sense that people were not living here, and that the residents of this “retreat” and the followers of this “guru” amounted to 1, the very kind and humble YJ, who was in truth a very lovely lady, almost octopus like in here ...
... comment on everything he was seeing. The second snorkel spot was cool as it had lots of rocks and you could swim in and around them seeing schools of fish as you went. Lastly we kayaked a little and I had fun 'falling' out of the kayak. I then demonstrated what happens when you stand up in a Kayak - another fall into the water. Eventually the other two just paddled off and left me floating - nice. After a great day we tried what is said to ...
... we had a lovely chill out with all this guys and the we were introduced to everybody.
So far we were really happy at this place. Everything was very basic but all together we felt really comfortable in this place.
After a short night in our bamboo hut we started our first working day. In Dahlias case was this mostly painting. For me it was a lot of building and electrician work to do. It is pretty hard to work four to five hours while the sun ...