Hotspring Beach Resort & Spa
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... and the beach looked very different. I wondered where people were going to go to find sunbeds this season. I’m sure the Thais will think of something. It would be interesting to know how they are managing down the road in Phuket where the beaches used to be covered with rows and rows of sunbeds.
I had a very nice chicken and ginger dish for dinner at Sun Star Siam and then visited another of my favourite bars of last year, Tarzan ...
... a holistic conservation approach I was able to educate the community on local environmental issues and dealing with the social and economic pressures that are leading to the destruction of reefs, and fish, coral and turtle populations. We also aim to encourage an end to unsustainable food systems and development.
Some highlights of this experience was being able to interact with the local Thai children playing there games and teaching them some ...
... temporary are just involuntary donors (in my case O positive). The advice in the brochure left me in a quandry.
"If getting sucked remove with salt, alcohol or a lighted cigarette"
It seemed a shocking waste to use our Hong Thong whiskey or to nip out to buy a packet of fags so at breakfast time I secreted a few grains of salt away.
On the stroke of midday in the very hottest time of day we were collected from ...
Whilst Stephen went exploring I had breakfast alone. Double watermelon portion so Slimming World friendly as well. Trouble was I had glass noodle salad and fried vegetables for lunch and then a feast at Mr Chouis for dinner. We tried to get tempura shrimps as a starter followed by BBQ chicken breast for me, red curry for Stephen and vegetables, but Mr Chouis couldn't cope with that idea so the BBQ chicken came ...
In 1986-87, when we traveled around the world for our one-year honeymoon, we were firmly in the Traveller Camp (you can read about our various adventures here). We are older and wiser now and seek creature comforts whenever possible. For example, in the tropics a hotel with pool is a must; no visits from creepy crawlers in our room; air-con is a fine thing, better than fan unless you are talking about the naturally cooled villas in Bali; ...