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... Walked past pier restaurants, notice the large fish tanks you pick your live fish or lobster from. Passed the Hilton. Wandered the back streets around markets. Watched a guy make fish paste, by slowly scraping layers of fish meat of a fillet. I didn't realise the markets had a second floor, not used at all, except for sleeping quarters. Walking home I past Market Village, they had set up ...
... mostly hit the balloon with darts. At 6:23, 7 minutes before we were due to meet, we came across Nana and Pa while we were buying my pancakes then followed them into the park to eat. Combined we had pancakes, corn-cobs, kebabs, fried banana, fried chicken, orange juice and something else which I’m not sure of. The park, like the rest of the market was full of beggars, seedy looking people and stay dogs, one of which Pa became good friends with and shared most of his ...
... on the escalator, you were told where you were arriving at, or departing from a country. All the cleaners were dressed to match the 'country' they worked in/on.
LEVEL 6 - TOP FLOOR Los Angeles - Hollywood (Walk of fame)
This floor was decorated with a giant golden Oscar statue, movie posters and the famous 'walk of fame' stars. They even had 'people' filming a movie scene. There was an eight-screen Cineplex on this level with two ...
... much disappointed.
Obviously the price they first put was over-pricing.
The room is just any chain hotel, and the pool paradise ? hahaah~
not such a paradise~ it feels very shut-down, everywhere we see is wall wall wall
Just not a good feeling for a getaway.
Oh and there is heappppps mosquito.
Hundreds !!! ewwww
We didn't like it much.. but anyway we went to dinner ...
In the mean time the landscape becomes slowly amazingly different from the north of Thailand and this is beautiful to observe (even though the train windows are not very clean and we can't open them because of the air-conditioning).
The train arrives to our destination Prachuap Khiri Khan with only 30 minutes delayed (which is not bad for Thai trains). It takes us four and a half hours to run through 281 kilometres.