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... of us got in a taxi and went to the Elephant Village in Pattaya, what used to be a fishing village but now a popular beach resort all because the American servicemen during the Vietnam war began arriving in Pattaya for rest and relaxation.
We arrived at the elephant village where paid a small amount money in their local currency Thai Baht, so that we could ride the elephants which was a fantastic experience. We had climb onto the ...
... the difference in ambience from where our hotel is. Just a few streets over and one left turn, we enter party town. There are so many people out and the energy from the crowd was amazing. As I walked down Walking Street, I hear music playing across all the bars and then I come across a large circle watching breakdancers perform.
My time there was amazing and I am so glad I was "convinced" to go out. :)
Next stop, Cambodia!
We have had a very quiet couple of days, some beach walking (cut short by me slicing my foot on coral and limping back to the villa for first aid treatment), building sand castles and collecting shells to make wind chimes as a little memory to leave at the villa. Tilly also makes me a rather fetching shell necklace.
As we strolled back after a delicious breakfast (Elliot and Tilly shared a pancake, freshly baked ...
... but I really didn't enjoy the meal. We never go back to beach because the temperature hit painfully. For Westerners, they were still enjoying tanning their body from that hot exposure. Instead, we took a 40 baht dark shower room (no lights installed! ) and relaxed on the benches of the beach sipping fresh coconut water.
TOUR. We left the beach at 2:30pm and arrived in Pattaya for a short sight seeing tour in Gem Factory. A 20-minute ...
... KFC all next to each other and at that point I would be about 500m from the hotel.
So it was that I walked through three miles of prostitutes. A drunk white guy on his own. You can't even imagine how many approached me. Men, women, lady boys, fat ones, thin ones, midgets, yabba junkies and more. Every one of them seeing a potential customer. I found the right turn and after a while wandering around, I found the hotel. by the time I got back to the room I had ...