Hotel De La Paix Cha Am
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We took a taxi from Bangkok to Cha-Am (a bit of luxury) which took two & half hours. Not much to see apart from rice fields and a Makro Cash & Carry, shame I left my card at home!!
Over the last two days we have walked miles along the top of the beach which is nicely shaded by trees and had a little paddle in the warm water. Saturday was very busy with weekenders from the city come to enjoy the ...
Relatively quiet day, up late, off to town. Wandered around town and the markets. Viewed different food stalls. Came home relaxed in the pool and had afternoon nap. Some one had told me about the night Cicada markets down at Khao Takiab, in front of the Hyatt Regency Hotel. This is a bit of an up market, high brow, version of the traditional markets. Hand made products, painters, artists, basically more expensive ...
... Mum and I felt small drops then it started pelting, absolutely pelting. In the time it took us to stand up and flip the lounge pillows up there was not one spot of dry ground and the rain was actually hurting with how hard it hit, we ran for the hotel foyer which inconveniently is outdoors and the wind was blowing the rain in just as hard. Under an umbrella mum and I ran to our building. Looking out over the balcony we could see the rain being ...
... and I. The market had so much more energy and vibe when it was dark, there were more people, more shops and everyone was having more fun, considering it is a workday tomorrow. In two hours we still didn't cover the entire market which works out well because we now have an excuse to go back next week.
Although this is more of an observation than something that we've done - the Methavalai is ...
... the animals and Matt told us their stories and how they'd come to be at the centre. I found it quite emotional, I did have tears in my eyes listening to some of the stories! Due to the fact there's no animal cruelty laws in Thailand the centre can't just take animals away from people who are abusing them. The only way they can take the animals in is if the owners voluntariliy give them up to the centre. Matt told us that they often get bags thrown over the wall of ...