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... furnished, one bedroom suite with a view of the ocean be anything but? Lounging around the pool or taking in the beachside restaurants and night life was not bad either. The beach was okay, but far busier and crowded than beaches we generally gravitate toward. All in all, it was nice to get an idea of what condo lifestyle in Thailand could be like.
Historically, Pattaya was the resort area ...
... prevented most of the problems we encountered. Donna recovered from that and we headed up to Kanchanaburi (Bridge over the river Kwai ). Again this was a nice town and quite easy to get around in but it was even HOTTER than Bangkok was. We went to the museum which gave a very good history of the conditions and events that lead up to this horrible chapter of the second wold war. The next day Donna felt up to an easy day out so ...
... where there are umbrellas for shade.
I see some coconuts scattered along the sidewalk. Then, I notice some men are cutting them from the trees. I stop to watch and some other people stop, taking pictures as well.
I buy some finger size bananas in a bunch. They are a little sweeter than a full size banana. I notice posters on poles as I walk. They are advertising some Muay-Thai fights. I want to see one, but I will be riding on my bus all night.
There is ...
... and paid a local rate of 30 baht (1aus dollar) for the hour long trip to Loh An Island (Taewan Beach) Large flat beach, fine white sand, many umbrellas and deck chairs ($3 a day) as well as a wide assortment of holiday makers in swimming costumes ranging from barely there g strings to head to toe garments. Let's say that we got to see the good, the bad and the ugly. Enclosed area ...
... seeing some 'Culture' there is some here to see and do highlights here include The Sanctuary Of Truth' which is a appropriately named, this temple if the brain child of an eccentric billionaire Thai business man which decided to give something back to Thailand and has paid for this temple to be built completely out of wood and 30 years on from when they started it's still not finished and they will still take another 20 years to finish or they will never finish ...