Cha-Am Villa Beach Hotel
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... named after the daughter of the current King of Thailand. Thai people love her, apparently she's really talented. She set up this mangrove forest as an ecology experiment I believe. I liked it because of the pretty scenery. There was a rope bridge and everything. It was a lovely walk.
The only issue I had was that it was seriously sunny and therefore boiling hot. We sweated loads but had a lovely time ...
... in ARoy, a restaurant just off the main drag, and hear all about their recent trip to Burma which sounded quite challenging. We are then delivered to Nana, our hotel, and we promise to try and meet up when we're all back in the UK.
We are still chatting about this as we are shown to our room. It is decorated with plastic murals of underwater scenes - just like you can buy on a much smaller scale ...
... bought to us and put in a bag with a cheeky smile despite Pa’s efforts not have a bag. Despite never having customers, sitting out in the heat all day, having maybe five teeth and working long hours the lady was full of smiles and laughter. It’s such a reminder of what we take for granted, how well we live and still grump about the small things; oh first-world problems!
With all the rain, frogs were out and ...
... now, possibly because of my Vestibular system) but I wasn’t the only terrified one, we all held our breath and slowly inched across; God was I happy to be off it!
Our first stop was on a bridge overlooking the dam which explained that it was actually a reservoir, which went for as far as the eye could see, was 90m deep and served all of Phetchaburi and surroundings areas.
Kaeng Krachan Dam is a multi-purposes ...
... an operational appreciation for it & the 18-200mm lens of mine she’s using. She joked today that she’s developing ‘the eye’… & I’d have to agree.
- The New Mel
So, she now owns a pair of knockoff sunnies (sunglasses to you non-Australians), a pair of baggy, fisherman’s trousers & a couple of $1 cloth/hemp bracelets, all independent traveller ...