Baboona Beachfront Living
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Cozy rooms with a tranquilizing view of the pattaya beach and loved the walkways & the relaxin restaurants.
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When we went down we had decided we were not really interested in coming here.
But we have 8 days we need something to do. So decided to see a few sights here.
never really know what to expect when you go to a new place.
this lives up to its hype, Pattaya is Thailand's Las Vegas.
They dont have the gambling but everything else.
its a bit of a seedy city , it has a few things that ...
... in the night market I did encounter sweet food. Gujarat in India favoured similar additions of sugar, but nothing as sweet as here. Actually Nukshi Naro told me in Bangkok that this was one of the things she could not understand about Thailand.
As to the rest of time here, it was great just relaxing. I did nothing really special. The excursions were all very expensive and I was not interested in the trekking that was on offer to small waterfalls and ...
... she didn't get to do with mum and dad around and see another part of the country. Gary & Liz sat by the rooftop pool and star gazed. We could see Orion's Belt really clearly and I think I could see the star Stephanie gave Gary...not really but I did look in the right direction.
Jennifer had a wonderful time in Chiang Mai and says we have to make a trip there and see it for ourselves. She took many pictures and I will get a few highlights from her to add ...
... As suspected, arrived at the border, right thru immigration, into a waiting area on Cambodia side and they finished up all the paperwork, then back thru immigration again. No chance to see any of the country unfortunately. Next time I do want to see Cambodia again, as well as Laos and Thailand. Not sure when that will happen. By the time we got back it was close to 4:00 so decided to go for a walk, get a foot massage and have some Thai dinner. Then I popped onto ...
... to eat. One of the mahouts played Gangnam Style and all the mahouts were singing along and dancing. We left the camp at 2pm. Chilled at the volunteer house and restaurant until dinner at 5.30pm (Sweet & sour with rice and veg spring rolls). Jim made us sticky rice and mango (my favourite) and fortunately for me Aj didn't like it. The rest of the evening was spent chatting with the new volunteers. I starting to miss everyone ...