Lealawadee at the Beach
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... fish! It was so peaceful and relaxing there, I’m always drawn to water because I always feel so at peace by it but I felt even more at ease here, maybe because it’s a place of such spirituality. Don’t worry guys, I’m not going all spiritual on you all, you need to be there to know what I mean – It’s just a strange feeling, not bad, just strange.
After we had a while at the temple grounds taking in ...
... our hotel choices to date, using Agoda to book all of them and our next hotel was no exception. In Mira de Sea the room was huge with separate kitchen and living area, beautiful pools, golf buggy to take you round the resort and free taxi service into town. Unfortunately the location was pants. It was at least ten miles out of town, down a motorway, in the middle of a construction site. There was a beach, but you had to be taken there by golf buggy as you were in danger of being ...
... to be one of my favourites. It wasn’t particularly touristy, there were supported cats, there were beautiful and inspiring Buddha’s and it just seemed to elicit a feeling of peace and tranquility – the very things a Buddhist temple should.
We met our Singapore family at the Suvarnabhumi Airport, international arrival terminal in Bangkok, where we climbed aboard a pre-arranged van with a driver for our three hour drive to ...
... preparing to return to the noise and business of Bangkok in the morning. We will be there five more days doing some things we missed earlier. Two planned activities include drinks/eats at the Oriental Hotel and a takraw match. And, we have accepted a very generous invitation from some friends we met a month ago to stay in their apartment while there. ...
... br> I hadn't it mentioned before, but when we got to our guesthouse in Cha-Am, I tried to plug in my new iPod just to get it started up only to learn that the headphone jack was too small.. for any headphones! I know this is a sketchy version of an iPod, but I was at least hoping for the basic things to work! So, once back in Bangkok, I held my breath and prayed that they'd switch it for me with no fuss. It's not like I had a receipt or proof of purchase from ...