- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... mention that it was not bad at all so we decided to give it a bash. We shared a dish of vegetarian spring rolls for starters, now let me tell you, these were right up there with the best, not oily, not greasy, just great and super fresh. Adri had pork satay with a curry dip sauce of some kind. I had a Shambala curry and rice which is made with chicken, tomato, and a secret “Shambala” sauce. Simply delicious.
Shambala or Shambhala, in Tibetan Buddhist and ...
... visa one has to go to immigration every three months to have your passport stamped, just for them to keep tabs on where you are. This is not an issue, I just wish that the embassy in SA told me this when handing back my passport with the freshly pasted one year visa contained within its covers.
I made a few quick mental calculations and thought that we might just be OK. We came into Thailand beginning June, then left for SA towards the end of July and returned at the end of ...
... drenched moving those 20 meters or so between the covered parking lot and the entrance to Tesco. We ended up at a little coffee shop and ordered, you’re not gonna believe me, hot chocolate. Once the rain subsided we headed home, stopping off briefly at the Bang Rak Saturday food market for the required supper. “Adri was not going to cook tonight”, I was told .
After supper we settled down for the rugby. My self induced exile from watching the bokkies ...
... All the photos are taken using my Iphone, and I switch between three different apps when taking pictures, i.e. Camera, the native IOS camera app, Camera+ and ProCamera. Lately I have been using mostly the IOS native app, but sometimes it just does not want to cooperate which is when I turn to my other two trusted apps. In order to get the photos onto the blog, I use my TravelPod app on the Iphone to access the Camera Roll, select the pictures that I want and then upload ...
... with hardly any tourists during the daytime and it is low season so that is not surprising but this definitely adds a sort of mystical beauty to the place that you don't get if streets, beaches and roads are crowded. However, in the evenings I have met a fantastic collection of people, most of whom work around here or, like me, have landed here and found it very hard to leave. Rainy season? Well apparently we are not int he rainy season but having already experienced ...
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