Golden Guest House
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... out towards the sea. It has mangroves to the side which act as a sea defense, the plants for building and fruit also. We saw some mudskippers, a very odd looking fish and lots of crabs. While wandering around the mangroves we met some scouts who had been at a camp down the road but it was finishing the next morning.
Our first few days in Cha-am have been busy but relaxed. We are starting to see the attraction that has pulled Grandpa back for 31 years.
... around. I sat in the back of the truck swinging my legs and eating my £1 fried rice dinner pretending to watch the sunset but actually s******ing at the Bangkok 'IT' crowd rolling up in their fancy cars and designer heels, laying out their blankets and popping the champagne while directing the national park rangers where they would like their tent to be pitched! True 'glamping'. An early night again - this time to avoid the stares that told me we were definitely ...
... went for a swim. Knowing that the Scandinavian tour group left this morning we expected to be alone but another group had arrived, some stealing our chairs; how dare they!
After lunch we all went to the pool but within five minutes of being there the pool-boys started putting the umbrellas down, which with 100% accuracy signifies that it's about to rain, even though it's common sense that umbrellas are to protect you from rain (or so ...
... pancake characters and orange juice I've had every time we've been and mum had a spiralled potato on a long stick, fried with salt on top; basically potato chips. We ate in the nearby pack and were joined by Nana and Pa with their sticky rice and mango.
Nana and Pa went to the front of the market to meet Mr Long. We somehow managed to convince Mr Long to take Nana and Pa them and come back at 8.30 r ...
... She’s quite adept at haggling with the likes of tuk-tuk drivers and market vendors, both of which are trying to syphon every baht they can out of you. She has disposed of some items she thought - only a few weeks ago in Korea - were necessary trip items in a bid to get her pack a little lighter (it’s still, despite being smaller in volume, a lot heavier than mine). Hell, she even expressed excitement ...