Springfield @ Sea Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... tomorrow night so that's what I did, got the hotel shuttle to the market and wandered round, got some bracelets and an elephant keying for Emily then got dinner from a stall, noodles to take away then walked up the road a bit before getting a tuktuk back to the hotel where I ate my dinner with two spoons, hehe, pretty impressed with myself though! Thailand scares me a little but I done that all by meals and means I can relax tomorrow night now ...
... in town. Two of them offloaded at our hotel and about 100 people all wearing the same t-shirt noisily checked in. This was happening up and down the road and was sure to result in mayhem.
No, it seems most of them opted for an early night leaving us and about 50 others tapping away to a local band in the only bar in town that seemed to have any life. We managed to stay up until about 11 and headed back to the room knowing we would at least get ...
... lunch, although none of us were particularly hungry so only two dishes were ordered and Nana suggested that I have an ice-cream which I was happy about and Pa quickly decided that he should have one too (no surprises there!) Over lunch Sassy explained to us her childhood which was amazing. Sassy was the second of seven children and was raised by her grandparents until she was six when she moved back to Bangkok with her parents to attend school. She ...
Breaky was served to us outside on the balcony next to the kitchen. We started with cereal, then tomato, baked beans, eggs and bacon before finishing with fruit. We were treated like royalty with Seawon, one of the servants, kneeling down when she was near us. I came back to the room and did 3.5 hours of homework-I figured I really didn't have choice.
We all got in David's car and drove off to Premium Outlet which was only five minutes ...
... a full moon eclipse (never seen this before??) which would have been crazy for those partygoers at the full moon party in Ko Pha Ngan.
So I woke up on the day I was leaving to pretty sad news - June, an elephant which had just been rescued had died during the night. Really sad atmosphere round the camp - this was the second elephant death in a week (another was rescued, and it died shortly after - which is rare, apparently), so two deaths in a week was ...