Erawan Pattaya Hotel
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... interest to us.
One being Sanctuary of truth.
Sometimes when we get in a taxi you have a general idea where your going but, rely on the
driver to get you there.
Sometimes you go thru some seedy parts of the neighborhood. You really begin to wonder
what your getting into.
Can't tell you how many times thats happened to us.
Then wow. something so special it really takes your breath ...
... in elephant trekking. It was though great being in the Mangroves. When I was not writing I spent plenty of time trying to photograph those collared kingfishers, but was not hugely successful. I unfortunately never spotted the blacked capped ones which are also meant to be here. However the sunbirds were much easier as they darted in and out of Mangroves and low and behold there were many Racket-Tailed Drongos. I was amazed after having spent so long chasing them ...
... Well the political situation in Bangkok changed and the protesters declared that they would shut down Bangkok on January 13th...the day Jennifer is supposed to fly home. We live west of the airport and would have to get through Bangkok to get to there so it seemed a good time to go east to the beach resort of Pattaya for a few days. We went with John and Dar, it was John's birthday so a good time for a mini holiday. A last 2 days on the beach for Jennifer to try to ...
... alley and talked to a guy about getting some paintings done. Told him I'd bring the photos tomorrow. got home and decided to relax with a TV series I picked up in Pattaya on DVD.
Next bunch of days I hung out by the pool during the day and walked around several km's during the evenings stopping here and there for water, juice or a beer. Mostly juice cause it's super fresh. Kept going for dinner at the Kiss Club restaurant cause it was CHEAP!!!
It's 9.25am and I'm in bed, head spinning and trying not to vomit. Aj has gone to the elephant camp for the day. I'm still feeling horrible. I really hope this passes soon. I should be riding my elephant. Maybe a sleep will help? At least it'll stop the spinning. I woke up to Aj coming in to the room asking if I wanted lunch as it was 2pm. Jim made us noodles. I struggled to eat them ...