Novotel Rayong Rim Pae Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... to the front of this plush hotel, all the locals were absolutely baffled from what I can remember of their face expressions! We lost Scott and Terry, Terry's knees had only gone from underneath him and he fell to the floor with Scott still on his back, Ross in the mean time was video recording it. I think that may possibly be the best footage we will have all trip! Haha. We went back to the same place for food in the evening but had it on the ...
This was an extremely beneficial trip that taught us lessons that we'll carry with us for the rest of our lives and we wouldn't hesitate to do it all over again if we had the ...
... hour and a quarter to drive to the plant in Rayong (two hours if the traffic is bad!) It is a very uninspiring drive! Some highways, some smaller roads bordered by factories and terrible little run-down hovels where people live. Really quite depressing.
All along the way there are people waiting for buses. The big factories (like GM and Ford but many others) provide free buses to drive their workers to and from work. Most people are too poor to ...
in a different area near the
station in Bangkok tomorrow so I can get our train tickets south for
Saturday. Fingers crossed that no calamities befall Jon and he arrives
at the station in time for the overnight train, but I've booked the
hostel for Saturday night too, just in case. It's on the edge of
Chinatown, which I've never knowingly been to. ...
... get a very cosmopolitan crowd on the island. Most of the island belongs to the Khao Laem Ya - Mu Ko Samet National Park. However despite paying a National Park entrance fee (40 baht for Oi and 200 baht for me as a farang) there seems to be very little being done with that money. The roads are appalling mud tracks and the island is pretty shabby in parts. Unfortunately this is too common an occurrence in Thailand where it seems instead of protecting ...