A-One The Royal Cruise Hotel
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Its has been a very laid back today.
Taking the time to figure out where out next hotel is.
I must admit , it will be nice not to have to search every couple days to figure out what
hotel we are going to go to.
Its been raining off and on all day today, so have not gone far from home.
Poor Roy, he's going a bit crazy.
We are on the 4th floor, of this hotel, so no matter how high it gets we are warm,
cuddly and ...
... an inlet which split the beach of Klong Prao almost in half. Unlike White Sands, this area seemed to cater for a wide variety of tourists such as those premium ones at the two resorts and then some basic long term hippy settlements dotted along the beach. However I was staying at the inlet, in a guesthouse converted by Ian and his Thai wife from traditional fisherman’s huts. These renovated huts were all perched on stilts facing the salt water inlet and ...
... am so sad about. We have walked mostly everywhere we have wanted to go, but baht busses are a cheap and easy way to navigate the city (about $0.33 every time you ride).
Sex is more public. I just got back from visiting Walking Street for the first time, which seems like the Vegas of Thailand. It's a heavy populated strip of bars, clubs, restaurants, strip clubs and people handing you menus to order (NOT FOOD) from.
In my opinion ...
... thought bouncing around in the sea would be more pleasurable than the boat. I was right. The sooner we got down the sea floor the better. After a nice little swim with some more amazing fish we came into an entrance to a cave and sat on the sea floor. This is where we then had to test our skills of switching respirators and filling our masks with water and emptying them whilst 12 meters deep. Thankfully we both managed it without freaking out and shooting to the ...
... t see the other buildings the cable was attached to! To the left was the main area of Jomtien where a lot of tall, beautiful apartment and hotel buildings were in the final steps of construction. Though the horizon was misty and foggy, I could see cranes sitting atop at least a dozen of them.
The place was very "touristy," but very pretty too, and we stayed on the beach so long that we got to see the sun set. We had dinner at Surf ...