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Travel Blogs from Chantaburi
Written by Neal
I am not responsible for the consequences if you read this while hungry.
Yvonne & I often say that it’s hard to get a bad meal in Thailand. No matter where we eat, we like the food. The pad thai at the food court in Robinson’s Dep’t Store, next to our apt. building in Bangkok, is so good I had …
... no restaurants to speak of in the area, so we go back to the resort and have dinner. We have gigantic prawns for starters, which are so meaty. We are a bit greedy and we also have a coconut chicken soup dish, pork larb (mince meat salad thing, from Laos) and chicken with cashews. We are totally stuffed but it was delicious, it all gets washed down with some Chang beer.
We Skype my dad to continue travel ...
... bicycles, said goodbye to our drivers, tour guide and leader. After the administration was dine, we entered Thailand, and were met by two new vans, two drivers and a new tour guide, and leader as well as new bicycles. I decided not to ride and enjoy the comfort of the air conditioned van for the twenty eight Km ride to the stop point in Thailand. At ...
... of the day, to peddle and watch the sun rise, the
city wake up. As the haze lifts from the rice fields around, the store
keep is sweeping his square of the side walk. Scooters with all variety
of attached side cars are heading out to do business - street food, ice
... it ended up catching was the sharp edge of the bench below. Too prideful to check I gave the bouncers a charming "thumbs up" and found a new position in the club...the pool table. Under the lighting I would learn that I cut my thumb fairly deep. Fortunately, the injury did not prevent me from whooping some Irish guy's ass at one of my favorite games.
Half Moon Party
This party is not nearly the entertainment of its brother, The Full Moon Party, but is a great ...