Novotel Rayong Rim Pae Resort
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The water was very clean and blue. Also there is one beach that is located in the N.E. part of the island and is the busiest of all the beaches It has very fine white sand like flour and gorgeous blue water. You can rent a sea doo, jet ski, banana boat ride, para sail, and rent a beach chair and most of the boat tours of various other snorkling trips around the island can be booked here. I wanted to see the Turtle Sanctuary but was disappointed when I arrived in ...
... a book called 'Cycling home from Siberia' which I bought in Bangkok and thought would be interesting to read. This guy did it much tougher, winter camping in Siberia, cycling in the jungles of Papua New Guinea. Tough, tough, tough but inspiring. I am now thinking up new ideas for cycling - Let's see what comes next!!!
(OUR FINAL BLOG WILL COME OUT A WEEK OR SO AFTER WE RETURN TO THE UK AND WILL DETAIL THE STATISTICS OF OUR JOURNEY AND WILL INCLUDE THE MAP OF THE ACTUAL ROUTE WE TOOK)
... 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 ...
... here and love. It was a successful day shopping because I found them!! Mighty expensive though, 4,500 baht - $150 dollars. Biggest purchase in a long time but I know I will love them when I start my backpacking travels.
Afterwards we met up with a couple of people from the hostel and headed to another tower, State Tower, to see the sun set. All I knew was that it had a rooftop bar. We showed up and outside a random Thai guy told us that they weren’t going to let us ...
... non resort part of the island to get snacks and cream from the chemist for our bites.
I am curious about how the locals live on the island. They all sit together at their shop fronts, most which don't seem to be getting much business at all.
I feel really glad I don't live on this island. I thought the lives of the people in Thailand would be carefree and more enjoyable than ours but they do nothing but work.
Its been amazing to see the ...