Lam Sai Village Hotel
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... is clocked up standing still - but the total is about £2 so hard to get worked up at the cost. The Hansar is in a skyscraper. After checking in we go down to the pool on the eighth floor for the afternoon. We eat at Cafe Boca in the hotel and then go out for a walk. We are in a shopping area which is still teeming. They have started with the Xmas decorations ...
... so we searched for one that did.
On the second day, we asked Don about doing a tour of the islands in the bay and he said he would take us as he has his own longtail boat and does tours himself for guests from other resorts on the island.
We jumped on the boat and started off by cruising past a sea gypsy village. They live on huts on stilts in the sea. Don had a kayak strapped to his boat, so the next stop on the boat tour was for paddling on ...
... few drinks and made our way out to look for a night club. We walked past all these lady boys. Half of them you couldn't tell at all! A little freaky how much of a woman they looked like. All walking around in tight under wear! We were wondering were they put it lol. We ended up in the lady boy club and making friends with all the people in there. Our favourite was one called Annie. Always remember her saying 'I'm too shy' and giggling lol. The drinks were flowing and ...
Our bad planning has necessitated a return to Bangkok for a couple of days – we need to sort out a visa for Myanmar. We return to Bangkok on a Thai national holiday, meaning the Myanmar embassy is closed! Still, we've got stuff to do, so once we’ve got checked in (and grabbed an early dinner) we complete all our forms and pack everything together we’ll need for the ...
... of the demonstrations of the political upheaval going on in Bangkok. Fortunately, there was nothing alarming or hostile whatsoever (hence why we thought it a street fair), and we finally spotted our aim after getting through it all. Checking the prices, we decided against it, instead heading to a book store that was like a dose of Sydney called Kinokoya booksellers. I was proud of not succumbing to buying one of the fresh clean books, and we headed back to ...