Jomtien Orchid Hotel
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Not much to say this entry, but we took the overnight train again back to Bangkok from Chiang Mai and arrive early morning in Bangkok. We didn't want to stay in Bangkok again so we quickly grabbed a bus at a bus station after breakfast and went to Pattaya. Only cost us 4 bucks so why not. Well that turned into an adventure to say the least. This city is apparently quite the sex driven city. Many bars and shows and a large sex industry. Was glad we were walking around mid day ...
... expanding! When we arrived we had a
short presentation by one of the sale reps for the park explaining all
that they do. On top of their world class facilities they also have
training classes, personal assistants, and service finders for their
clients. These value added services are what makes Hemaraj so unique.
After the presentation we got to go on a short tour of the park before
heading over to Valeo, a ...
So today is Dolphin swimming day!
First we went to the Floating market and tried new foods etc but not as great as the one in Bangkok I must say.
The dolphin swimming was amazing, they kissed us on the cheeks, we swam with them, fed them fish and it was incredible. Their skin is so smooth and soft - I had to chop all my nails off before I was allowed into ...
... given while riding in a mining rail car. No camera and video was allowed! We're just like entered in a miner's cave and was introduced how they mined stones and produced precious gems. After an informative cave rides, we headed to the real factory and sale room. All those gems from the cheapest to the expensive one was there with a price of course!
In this tour, there was a free coffee and tea in the factory's bar. This was included in Coral ...
... want to be in Thailand. There wasn’t actually a beach as such, it was just giant rectangular blocks of parasols owned by bars and restaurants that stretch from the promenade to the waters edge, under which are set out uncomfortable deck chairs and little tables. The little sand that there is, before you hit the water, is covered with fat old tourists attempting to cook themselves with coconut oil. And just as a cherry on the top, it is impossible to sit in peace for more than ...