Hotel De La Paix Cha Am
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... but wasn't nearly as daunting although I'm fairly certain it grew twice the size on the way back ;o)
When we eventually got back to the truck (it took us almost an extra 30 minutes to walk back) we were all sweaty messes. We climbed into the truck and drove back to our campsite. On the way back we saw loads of gibbons climbing in the trees. Babies too. It was pretty cool.
Back at the campsite me, Fit and A checked ourselves for leeches. Me and A had soaked our shoes ...
... edge of Cha-am there is the National Forest, where there are Gibbons living. The forest is very peaceful. Through the forest to the other side where it opens up onto rice fields and many small holdings with chickens,cattle and goats. Coming back round towards the town we came through the 'real' cha-am. The part where many Thais llive rather than Farang (thai for foreigner).
Markets are a huge part of live in Cha-am (and Thailand) the morning market ...
... Fanta, total cost - 75 baht ($2.48).
Lunch break was until 1:15 pm
1:15 pm - Water Round for P2.
This was quick since most of the bowls were full.
2:00 pm - Special Project #2.
Cleaning out the freezer. Thinking back, this was probably the worst and most disgusting project for the entire week. The freezer was completely dirty and filled with semi rotten, frozen fruits that were stuck on the bottom of the freezer. It took us a good hour to ...
... violently sent me flying the other way, which not only scared the hell out of me but hurt my back, but as only mum can do I was instructed to go down two more time so she could take a photo of the 'priceless look on [my] face".
For dinner we went out to a restaurant called Max which is always full of people so we decided to find out why. It turns out that the restaurant’s menu is ¾ Scandinavian food which attracts them all as ...
... here; the majority of the shops were restaurants or hotels. It had rained quite heavily half an hour before we left, meaning that all the clothes and bathers shops were packed inside because they had moved everything in so it didn't get wet making it almost impossible to walk around. Everything is incredibly cheap compared to Bangkok, generally by a good 70% making it my paradise. Mum stopped at an Internet ...