Samui Mountain Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... too much money to individuals in government (read backhanders) to fight their cause, thus proper gun control will probably never become a reality in the US. I don’t believe the American people at large are against gun control, it’s mostly the money hungry fools that incite this debate against such. Here’s a thought, why not have a referendum on gun control where every citizens’ voice can be heard on the matter, and not just the voice of money, and I am sure ...
... it seemed) dish with a round hump in its centre, forming a type of a moat. You are also presented with a jug of water which you use to fill up this moat, about half full. The water is heated by the coals and you select from the plentiful veggies on display and place them into this hot water. The meat and fish you selected is placed on the hump in the middle and will be cooked by the heat from below. The juices from the meat and fish will invariable mix with the water below which by ...
... to be F1 drivers! We checked in and went for a swim, very hot. Later, took a stroll along the beach and stopped for a drink to watch re sunset, wonderful, I think the kids also enjoyed the moment. Thereafter we spoilt ourselves with a seafood dinner, as you do in Thailand I suppose. We forgot to highlight out best part of Australia and Malaysia, so here goes.
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... birds here in Thailand. As we drove past a few houses down the road from our apartment we often saw beautiful little birds in cages, often tweeting away. We noticed that caged birds were quite prevalent in these parts, either hanging outside houses or being transported on bikes. I did a little bit of digging to find out more. Apparently, here in Thailand birds are kept as pets by many and entered into monthly ...
... we wouldn't recommend it here for backpacking if you want to see genuine Thailand. That is unless all you want to do is go to bars full of foreigners and get drunk or if you have the money to stay in a resort where they look after their surroundings and where you don't need to leave and see what the island is really like. It is very developed and touristy and sadly these tourists treat the place with disrespect. The south was definitely the highlight, seeing the island as it once ...