Natural Ville Executive Residences
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... the job. And then her confusion when she realised that Tennis was the nickname of one of the students! When it was time for us all to leave there was much talk of the university graduation ceremonies taking place today and how the city roads might be gridlocked. Deborah, Valerie and I managed to get a taxi, but then found ourselves in a jam. The only motorists who were moving were the graduation gowned young ladies , sitting sidesaddle on the back of scooters and motorbikes, ...
... to be with someone you get along with. I also want to thank the Thai locals through Couch Surfing that translated for us and introduced us to all these amazing places and experiences in Thailand. And the random kindness from the people we met at dinner through Couch Surfing events. Strangers buying each other dinner and drinks and later eating weird bugs together. I will remember this day always and a very special birthday for me even though I kept that a secret.
... each other. When we arrived, we pulled up to what looked like a block of garages, they hustled us in and we all took a seat. The show was entertaining, funny and weird. Some of the woman didn't look to happy to be on stage which was a little off putting but we stayed for the show and had a drink, before the tuk tuk driver took us back. Of course we grabbed a 7eleven toastie before heading to ...
... which, is really prominent here. The golden reclining Buddha relaxes between Thai slums and kids playing in the water (I wasn't really sure about this). Big, brick houses with expensive cars overpower the wooden, run down accommodation that sits side by side, permeating this underlying acceptance attitude. After the boat trip, we wandered around, tasting grilled octopus and just reflecting on the rather random experience we had both just encountered. We came across the shining Buddha ...
... a long walk past the democracy monument and via an art gallery to the Golden Mount. On the way, two separate tuk tuk guys tried to tell us that it was shut until 6 and that we should go with them to various other places. We had to resist the urge to be sarcastic when we were hearing exactly the same speech for the second time. We wisely ignored them and carried on. The Golden Mount was open, as we had suspected. From the top of the ...