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... had ordered the food in the way so it was ready by the time we got there. They ordered a lot! It was a huge feast. After lunch we chatted then I noticed a huge butterfly that was so pretty. Me and Gayoon proceeded to try to capture a good photo of it with little success. No one can appreciate how beautiful it was with it's wings spread.
When we left there, we went on a sightseeing tour back to Phetchaburi. We stopped at the dam to take photos of ...
... days we have been given a tour of Cha-am by bike, with Grandpa explaining that much of Cha-am used to be marsh ground and developers have to fill in the water with tons of soil and rubble. There is a lot of development across the town particulary near the beach. The seafront is 5km long with parasols and chairs along it. On the other side of the road there are many shops and stalls selling clothes, food,inflatables, suits ... everything and anything.
... cages had 2 Gibbons and usually one is more dominant than the other and is afraid to take it before the other so we had to hand it to them at the same time.
11:15 am - Water Round for P2.
Athe did this water round and just checked to see if there were any empty water bowls.
12:00 pm - Lunch Time.
Lunch was served in the lower area where Nam Chuk the elephant was, Paul and I went over early and order a pineapple & mango smoothie as well as a can ...
... raining, and we played with the pool balls. I 'accidentally' hit Nana on the back of her head quite hard, I can assure with it was a fluke because my hand-eye-coordination skills are nearly non-existent.
The pool-boys turned the water on on the kiddy slide so I decided to go down, knowing that it’s only 2m long I thought it would be boring but boy was I wrong. Halfway down, the slide has a kink in it which apparently is quite ...
... returned and we all went swimming together. A note to anyone who will listen, don’t walk on the boards next to the pool in bare feet while the sun’s out - I could still feel my feet burning once I’d gotten out of the pool, hours later.
Mum and I went for a walk up the street to find prices to compare with the market tonight. The streetscape has changed dramatically since last time ...