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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... walked into town to get some food, the rain i thought i'd left behind in Ranong, decided to appear in an almighty downpour. I started remembering the last time i was here in Phuket. Everything just flowed and happened perfectly. Also, Nicky, whom i met with again in Hua Hin recently, joined me on my second week here the last time, and we had such a fun time. So now i was sitting here, eating my noodle soup in the rain, reminiscing about how good everything was the ...
... European shops so was worth a visit. However, with nothing we really needed we had a bit of a wander then headed to the expat supermarket at one end of the complex. We were met with a wealth of delights including Marmite and bottles of beer including several Wells and Youngs creations! Also one small drawback - no alcohol sales from 2-5 and it was 3pm! This meant spending an extra 2 ...
... cover on it that has a grill area in the middle and all around the outside you put water and other ingredients in it to make some soup. Then you go up to the buffet and get raw meat and bring it back to your table to grill. While your meat and soup are being cooked you can go get some small appetizers, like spring rolls and sausage balls. I have to say that we made a really good dinner for ourselves. Another great part of it was that it was only $6 each for ...
... is the first time they are trying scuba apparently. Another (I) instructor walks in and starts asking the girls some questions. “(I) Have you read any of the manual yet?”. “(CG) Sorry no.”, as they giggled. “(I) You did read my emails to you earlier saying you should read the first 2 chapters?”. “(CG) Yes”, giggling again. “(I) So you know we are going to pool for swimming today, ...
... with chairs and umbrellas its length. A walkway, or promenade, follows the beach and the streets behind the beach are lined with bars, restaurants and shopping kiosks. We thought Patong would be a cross betweeen Swaside Heights, New Jersey and Venice Beach, California and wanted to see for ourselves.
We were not disaapointed.
Busy, active, crowded.
When we arrived, we secured a pair of chairs back under trees and ...