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The twenty-three of us peeled ourselves from bed early Sunday morning and poured into the Songtao to take an hour ride up to Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park. Everyone slowly awoke from their slumbers and soon chatter echoed throughout the back of the Songtao.
Ben and I were very excited to continue the Birthday weekend celebrations, not knowing what to expect as we all walked off the Songtao, I gravitated straight towards the ...
After another day lounging around the pool we thought it was time to venture beyond the walls of Hotel de la Paix, which is difficult as the resort lives up to its name, being a sanctuary of peace. Along with six other hotel guests we boarded the shuttle and began our 27 kilometre journey to Hua Hin.
Readers of this blog may be detecting a common thread to my blog entries when it comes to Thai transport but it must be said currently there are no Thai ...
... see they've even taught Ronald McDonald to politely bow like a Thai person.
Caught a taxi home, fell into the pool, had a kip. Out of sheer laziness, walked across to the local Italian with my bottle of wine. Salmon carpiccio entre, chicken medallions with Italian mushroon dressing & vegies. Very nice. Shared a glass of wine with Stefano, yarned and chatted. Tried to solve the worlds problems over our lemoncellos and then wandered back down the road to the resort and to bed.
Arriving at a beautiful temple situated near some great limestone landscape.
Lunch was pad thai and delicious. a quick lunch and we were back on the road again.
the afternoon was again beautiful as we rode in to the town and around the stunning bay.
tonight we sat by the pool and recollected that moment when our bikes became snowboards and we kissed the tarmac.....
hopefully tomorrow will be a little less eventful. :-)
... there was time enough to take a trek through the woods, so I put off my wish to ride one of these magnificent animals for another day. We continued to feed the elephants the pineapples, then our guide asked us if we would like to see the baby, a 3 1/2 year old male named Songkran, after the word for the Thai new year, as he was born one day after. Songkran is not yet able to eat a whole pineapple; he stomps on ...