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I forgot how good the home made Hot baguettes were with my scrambled eggs, so I ordered seconds.... Still not sleeping well but managed a few hours and was having breakfast at 7.30.... My Speedboat was leaving the pier at 10.30 which is only a minutes walk from Bungalow. Looking at getting into Pattaya and checking into Sunshine on Soi 8 hopefully before 6 giving me time to shower and head out to greet and ...
... must have walked over 1 km along the less crowded beach and there was only 1 short stretch that was not COMPLETELY covered with beach umbrellas. So completely that no sun got through except for a 20 meter strip in front. The houses are all tight together and the 25 x 30 ft yards are completely tiled in. I guess the more people who put up with this means less people where I like to hang out. For another 2.5 hours on the bus a ...
... lunch out in a parking lot next to your car in the states. I am sure there are laws against it. This seems to be a live an let live society. No one seems to claim any personal space. If there is room for you to squeeze in to walk or drive, then it's yours. You don't get the angry looks and yelling and horn honking and road rage like people express in the U.S.
On the return walk as I near Walking Street, I come to the coconut stand. It is hot now and ...
... couple of Chevrolets, but mostly Toyotas (majority of those Hiluxes). Combined with driving on the left, this made me feel like I was back in Australia - although even Thailand I'd say has a higher number of utes per capita.
So, I support the observations about luxury cars of Umesh Pandey in the Post. As noted in the column and the cbt.com post, it must be a shock to someone coming from a supposedly more ...
... enthusiasm, it was really great to be back on the bikes after a few days off of them. The sun was hot... too hot, sweat poured off me under the weight of my gear, it reached 42 degrees and it felt like it too. The road was familiar and apart from the stationary traffic in Bangkok we made good time. We hit the toll roads though and our first snag. Motorbikes aren’t allowed on motorways. We were stopped by the police who told us this in broken English. We tried ...