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Hotel pickup 7am …we met Aum amd Mr Sit our
Drove 50 mins outside of Bangkok to the
east. Arrived at a petrol station come mini
Bikes sorted with our pedals and minor
adjustments. Filled water bottles and
sunscreened then away.
We cycled on a busy road for a couple of km
and then turned ...
... in development and technologies. On one hand you will have satellite and fibre optic cabling and the next block you will have these very basic power boxes with cables running every where, even across the footpath. OHS would have a field day. Past many posters of the king & queen of Thailand, stating "Long live the king".
The buildings along the main street are an interesting mix, some look European some Thai. Visited a Buddhist temple in the middle of town, quiet ...
... run Aree's House provides a nice room for us, despite the snotty owner. Must be French-Swiss (sorry Jackie). But it's conveniently located between the waterfront and the night market. Due to poor weather, we don't see much of the waterfront, but the night market provides the most entertainment while we're here. The food on offer is excellent. There's maybe 10-15 restaurants in the market, all with their kitchens on the street. Full BBQs and frying stations setup amongst huge ...
... of other ingredients. We spent a day renting a moped and got out to see some temples around the town which was great, one was up a very steep hill which you ascended via cable-car and the views of the surrounding landscape were fantastic. After a couple of nights in Petchaburi we moved on to Hua Hin, where we are now.
It's fairly unspectacular here and more tourist-oriented than we thought it would be so tomorrow we're off to Prachuap Khiri Khan, which ...
... for thanksgiving). I figured they would not know what a turkey was, so I used a chicken. We colored the feathers (fingers) and added a beak, eyes, and wings. We then all wrote the name of Chicken in English and Thai on the top of the paper. They loved it, and thought I was the best artist in the world.
I then resumed my regular English lesson for the day and continued on with the face ...