Knai Bang Chatt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... are mostly used by the local people. We get to the salt fields which is a fast area in a very arid and dusty place. To find them we followed a very helpful local who was cycling in that direction. The salt fields are barren and no one is about. There is a peaceful air about this place, loads of swallows fly in formation and they break the peacefulness as they circle round and dart into a house roof and then reappear in a circular fashions whilst in a ...
... and pronounced them as "french frish". And a fishing village with a scary long pier (maybe it was a bridge to Vietnam) where we had lunch. Noodles. wow. The sad part was seeing how they keep the sea animals they serve. Especially the seahorses. Maybe a hundred of them in a small tank with nothing but water. The poor things obviously wanted to catch onto something with their tails but had nothing but eachother...
... more amazed when he started to catch fish. He ended up catching at least 6 small silver fish. It was a slightly cloudy day so we decided to persevere with sun and have just a liquid lunch, plus a few Pringles and a mango from the fruit seller. By 3'o'clock, Jackie had had a bit too much sun and decided to have a half hour break in the room. Within minutes she was back to say she had just checked her phone and Evelina had sent a text to ...
... always a worry what you do if something happens. OK - in this case it was just food poisoning, but nonetheless it made me feel much better knowing that someone was looking out for me. I couldn't even tell them how much I appreciated their help.
The next morning I stayed a bit longer in bed, feeling much better, but still a bit weak. Being annoyed of just spending time in the room I decided to rest on the beach. The usual sunbed and parasol was a great a place to ...
... eating, keeping in the shade (our pale skin can not deal with too much sun at once you know!) Before we knew it, it was time to board the boat again and say goodbye to Rabbit Island.
The next morning, it was leaving day and we were both really sad. Our guesthouse has been lovely, the owners were so friendly, the pets were cute and cuddly and we knew we were going to miss our bungalow. However, we had to say goodbye to this lovely town as a new town awaited ...