Dao Residence & Cafe
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- Swimming pool
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... everyone with others smearing talcum powder over you and some other type of grey sludge. I understand Song Kran is the celebration of the Thai new Year over a 5 day period from 11-17 April. I read in the news later that during that 5 days celebration across the country there were 248 killed and 2,643 people injured, mainly regarding motorcycle incidents. Its certainly off its face with fun and frivolity. I did notice the locals drinking ...
... into a 100baht ride to Jomien beach. In fairness we were never going to actually walk it. It was only a five minute ride there and the beach was no better this side. There might have been a few nicer bars and restaurants but I still don't really see the appeal. We stopped to have ice cream for lunch as that is all we felt like in the heat and after we headed to the beach. The beach was lined with sunbeds and they cost between 30-40baht to rent each. We got a couple of ...
... PAINFUL. Literally had bruises on my legs the next day. Very entertaining for the boat load of people who went past right next to me during the massage when my face was contorted in pain. Finally, the car is ready and we head back to Pattaya with no further mechanical issues!
Monday comes and we head off to the Elephant camp!
Highlights of the week:
- Welcome ceremony for me and my mahout, Tong. The offering to the buddhas being ...
... staff make the eggs how you like them, an omelette station where staff make you omelettes, a noodle station with curries too, a fruit station with fruit salads, yoghurts and fresh chunks of fruit, a waffle and pancake station, a bakery station with rolls and pastries, and a sushi and sashimi station. There were also all sorts of cereals, heaps of different juices and even soy milk. I was truly in breakfast heaven. I ended up grabbing some hash ...
... Thailand J if we haven’t explained this, 7 11 is the chain of small supermarkets around Thailand, kind of like tesco express, they are everywhere, practically on every street and you can go on and make your own toasty for around 25p, perfect on the way home from a night out or any time of the day for me, haha.
Anyway we had another early night as we had lots of sleep to catch up on and wanted to get up early for a boat ...