Pattya Centre Hotel
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... potential so next thing we are on a boat on the Mekong travelling to Laos for no reason but saying you went there and to look at the rows of market stalls selling souvenirs, drinks and fake stuff. Our next stop was like the land version of visiting Laos only you just gazed across the frontier to Myanmar from the northernmost point in Thailand after walking through a long corridor of market stalls. Our final stop in the pitch black was a Karen Village which we skipped. A long ride home ...
... amp; Condoms which was originally established to promote the use of the latter when Aids first showed it's ugly face. We had a private room and just ordered a smorgasbord for $25 each with free soft drinks and water. Great food and fantastic company. Terry (he org the whole thing) kept us entertained with his jokes and stories. Hissed down on the walk home, that umbrella left in the room was just about useless. First day on tour ...
... every building. It was adorable. We went to a bar along the beach road. Everyone got their face painted and after a couple of buckets we danced the night away. The bar went all out and had a smoke machine, DJ playing Halloween music, a fire show and all the staff in costume. Bri and I started the dance party (typical ;) ) and met our German doppelgangers. They were exactly like us... it was really eerie actually. They were traveling together for 3 weeks, then one was ...
... phone and was late. I eventually found her at a bar, hanging out with ugly old drunk fat stupid foreigners. (Is my adjective order correct?) I guess she was OK with parting from that scene and took a walk with me. We toured
walking street with an old English chap and his daughter. We saw a
very well choreographed go go show. We saw a drunk lady get kicked
out of a rock and roll bar ...
... Things were also not helped by the imcomprehensible commentary by a woman with patchy English, who repeatedly cut into the music, giving proceedings a staccato feel. About halfway through the 45 minute show things did pick up a little, as the trainers got all four dolphins (inlcuding a re-engaged pinkie) perfoming a series of jumps and tricks. However, my personal highlight was when the two pink dolphins rose out of the water onto the half ...