Lime n Soda Beach Front Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We have an addition to our travelling duo for the next two weeks, Rosie! We all lived together at uni. It's great to have her here. We welcomed her to the island by having a very drunken night out her first night here. That was Thursday. So yesterday was a very hungover day where nothing much was achieved. I tell you, it's the beer. I'm also still having trouble with my ears. ...
... a nap as we walked to the with next village to go to a property management place, attempting to find a house. It was closed. Typical. We walked back, stopping at supermarkets to read the 'for rent' signs. I started asking around and got a few tips. We ran into Hugo and he joined us on our hunt. We got a few leads in a lovely residential area (we had stayed there before) but nothing concrete. Rupert was so happy and chipper, we headed back for showers and ...
... in our dorm who we found out was an Australian policeman and had medical training washed and cleaned my toe with antibacterial stuff and plastered my toe. Lucky him! We didn't do much the next day just chilled and slept so we would be ready for the full moon party, plus, our hostel is so nice and on such a pretty part of the beach that we didn't feel the need to move! Our hostel was also doing a BBQ ...
... in my arm from my sweet daughter. Big smiles........now! A day later, Ron--owns the orphanage in Chaing Rai--picked us up and gave us a ride to the orphanage so we didn't have to take a bus. SO kind! Heard a lot of interesting stories while crammed in the back of his pickup. His brother in Christ, Dave, rode with us, too. The orphanage has a really nice facility, pleasantly surprised. The kids were darling and seemed happy. Ron told us many of ...
... after our experience yesterday in a spot that isn't really mentioned in the guides that we had read. We decided to have a drink whilst we decided what to do. We were contemplating going to another bay, just down the coast, but as we were talking about it, we saw a couple snorkelling further out than we had been, the other side of some buoys. We had thought that the buoys were to discourage snorkelling, but in reality, they were to cordon ...