Lealawadee at the Beach
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... beer I was surprised to be told that there was no alcohol being served anywhere for the next two days as there was elections. Thai laws are mental; it is ok to ride with three or four people on a scooter without helmets, even if the youngest passenger is a mere baby (I am still mentally scarred with the horrendous image of a dad driving a scooter with a three year old sitting behind him, her mum sitting behind her, who was clutching her four month old baby, while it's feet dangled ...
... balcony enjoying the breeze. Come the afternoon of course we are getting restless and decide to head out on to the beach for a splash and a saunter.
It still surprises us how such a lovely beach, so close to town is so quiet. If you take all the non Thais off the beach, there would be maybe 30 people on the whole thing. A very pleasant surprise indeed. This is still primarily a domestic tourist resort, but it does seem to attract a lot of expats and everywhere we go we ...
... 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. ...
... used to this, even the heat and humidity are "tolerable" (as long as I'm not out in it long).
My first week of school included a meeting with my capstone professor and then a class in Southeast Asia Area Studies and 2 classes on Thai Culture and Language. I don't get credit of the culture/language class, which I'm not too happy about, but its a fun class and the instructor is very nice, so I'm dealing.
Our second weekend here the student services ...