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... beach day being here in Thailand. Gone are the days lying in the sun frying my skin. I sat in the shade the whole day! We've been constantly on the go, its nice just chillax with some sand under your feet reading a book. We head back and go out for some food. I had the worst meal its tasted like dead animal and made me feel sick. Conan couldn't taste it and ate mine as well lol Feeling shattered from doing nothing all day its an early ...
... I will be catching a taxi."
So yeh, not worth the risk. The first night we headed to the main strip - Beach Road. Little did we know that it was the "Festival of lights" night - and what a stroke of luck it was, the place was heaving! There were loads and loads of people selling the Chinese lanterns and the night sky was filled with with the hunreds of small amber glows, it was really quite pretty. Much like Diwali in India Fireworks were being set off with little ...
... in a job (which might be an idea, sometime)
I finally got a ticket for Alcazar, just going to see if anything thing has changed, y’know new shows, new acts
When I arrived there were buses from all over arriving, even from Bangkok, that’s a good couple of hours drive away, so it shows how popular these shows are
There was all the pre show ‘ladies’ wandering around in their posh frocks, lots of ...
... against sitting on the beach or swimming and headed back to our pool! Although ususally we would prefer to be on a beach rather than round a pool, we had the pool and jacuzzi to ourselves pretty much all of the time which was far nicer than a crowded beach.
We also went into town one night as well and once was definitely enough!! There are a number of bars along the sea front which are full of Thai girls and old ...
... of seafood! It was about 1PM which means the hottest part of the day and no one was out on the street. Our shoes were still wet from getting soaked in Ayutthaya the day before so we switched into flip flops and clipped our shoes to the back of our bags. They STANK, Whew!
After wandering through a market where Thai people were processing produce; Shredding ginger, peeling garlic, bundling green beans, sorting chilies. We were the only ...