Amari Nova Suites Pattaya
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Fri 18th Oct Spent a total of 3 nights in Bangkok at the Dream Hotel. Pretty decent place although there didn't seem to be any hot water!! Not that big a deal considering it was around 30 degrees constantly and a cold shower was quite refreshing :-) Didn't really do much in terms of being a tourist in Bangkok as I've seen the Grand Palace, taken a …
... to do some 'out of air' drills. Which we did without issue.
On board we packed down our gear had a quick shower and headed back up to the Deck Chair area. The Deckies had prepared lunch which was Fried Chicken, Fried rice and a cabbage type salad along with pineapple and water melon. A great feast on board. Delish.
After about an hour we headed back down and geared up again. This time it was a 'one ...
... On the Thai side there is a large, official looking building. People with official looking badges (but fake) intercept tourists and direct them to the building, where they charge them double for a Visa. It's a scam being run right in sight of the real Immigration Office. You can see the Thai Immigration from the scam building. Why do the officials let them operate right in sight of Immigration? It's the same way with the taxi scams at airports. The taxi scammers get to ...
... where the children are much younger and live in houses of eight children with a "mother" and an "auntie", live in carers who look after the children. Every saturday afternoon some of the volunteers visit to play with the children; the children are very lively and were climbing all over me wanting piggybacks and shoulder rides. It was very energetic, an hours playing with the children in the humidity was enough to make me very ...
... go back to. I'll miss their culture, their strong belief in luck, and the lovely little banana leaf, rice and flower offerings they leave everywhere.
Having been in Malaysia and Indonesia for a month, I've picked up a few driving tips which I would never have known if I'd never been. I'd like to share some of this knowledge I've picked up about when the appropriate situation is to honk your horn in the car. I dedicate the list to my little brother ...