Go back to the enewsletter The View – a newly reva

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterThe View – a newly revamped, premium, one-bedroom villa at Six Senses Yao Noi – has begun welcoming guests. Ideal for couples, especially honeymooners and those celebrating a special occasion, it provides an abode of comfort, exclusivity and space with fun and quirky elements.Originally created as a celebration venue, the ultra-spacious, 225-square-metre villa now boasts an infinity-edge pool, a pool shack, private cinema and sunken dining area, plus a mezzanine floor and a fitness studio, among its new refinements.Stepping into the villa, guests feel in harmony with nature due to Thai-inspired interiors, infused with a contemporary twist. A newly added waterfall is visible through a glass floor in the bedroom as it flows beneath the king-size bed, connecting the occupants with the soothing sight and sounds of flowing water.True to its name, The View offers a 360-degree view of the surroundings, including the iconic limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay. As all main walls are glass, the ocean, jungle and waterfall can be seen, along with the different hues of the sky, from inside or outside the villa.In-villa dining for The View also goes beyond the ordinary. Lunches can be enjoyed from a floating tray in the pool, while barbecue dinners are served by a private chef in the sunken dining area after drinks overlooking sunset on the bay. The pool shack is a cocktail master’s dream, where a ‘cocktail of the day’ and mix of ingredients and recipes are sure to inspire. Martini lovers can also make their own – shaken or stirred – and enjoy a perfect James Bond moment.A GEM (guest experience maker) is on hand to personally tailor guests’ journey throughout their stay.From now through 30 September 2019, guests of The View who stay a minimum of three nights are treated to a private in-villa barbecue dinner for two people.For pricing or enquiries, email reservations-yaonoi@sixsenses.com.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

Once again those behind the attack who came prepa

first_img“Once again those behind the attack who came prepared with equipment to pull off shutters and then go on a wrecking spree within the buildings, thousands of pounds has been spent trying to stop the vandalism.“This former school complex has been a magnet for anti-social activity over the past year. It has been subjected to numerous arson attempts.“Parents need to know where their children are and advise them to stay away from this precarious site.“These buildings and lands are in a very dangerous state and are not a playground or safe place to congregate.” He was speaking after yet another  vandalism attack on the old school buildings on Culmore Road.The site has been plagued with vandals since the college shut its doors to pupilsCouncillor Hassan said: “The former Thornhill College on Culmore Road was the subject of yet another break-in  by vandals this week . TIME FOR MOVEMENT ON THORNHILL COLLEGE SITE TO END CYCLE OF VANDALISM was last modified: November 14th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: There are currently proposals for the redevelopment of this massive site including to convert it into a retirement village and riverside walkways and other facilities.Added Cllr Hassan: “Under the newly released Strategic Growth Plan for Derry and Strabane 2017-2032 it predicts the over 65+ population in the district will increase by 66% in that period.“We are actively working to ensure our elderly are catered for in terms of suitable accommodation and care.“We need to be proactive in turning this site into something positive not only for the people of Culmore but indeed the wider city.” ShareTweet Sinn Fein councillor Tony Hassan calls for work to start on former site of Thornhill CollegeSINN Féin Housing spokesperson Councillor Tony Hassan has said the former Thornhill College site in Derry needs to be brought back in use and fully utilised as a matter of urgency. COUNCILLOR TONY HASSANculmore roadFORMER THORNHILL COLLEGESinn FeinTIME FOR MOVEMENT ON THORNHILL COLLEGE SITE TO END CYCLE OF VANDALISMlast_img read more

MONTGOMERY Ala AP – Alabama Gov Kay Ivey is e

first_imgMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is expected to announce a gas tax proposal this week as infrastructure improvement takes center stage in this year’s legislative session.Ivey’s press office said she will have a Wednesday news conference to announce an infrastructure plan.A proposed gas tax increase to fund road and bridge construction is expected to be among the top issues in the legislative session that begins Tuesday.The governor is expected to disclose details of the infrastructure proposal that she first teased in her inaugural address.In her inaugural address last month, Ivey said Alabama must improve infrastructure to compete in a 21st century global economy.Wednesday’s news conference will be held in Maplesville.(Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)2/25/2019 11:47:04 AM (GMT -6:00)last_img read more