Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel & Resort
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... Playboy store. I thought it might help keep the lady boys away. They are quite persistent I must say. Then I met up with Cameron and Shelly and took a speed boat to Kho Larn. It was rough seas but for 400 baht return this was a good deal. It got us there in 20 minutes. Gorgeous Island! The first thing we saw when we got off the boat and rented out beach chairs was topless Russian women. Then a whole club of Russians with Sex on the Beach T-shirts were singing this song and dancing ...
... I would right now ! The session went well and Simon appreciated the fact that I was able to meditate and not follow what he was doing. At the end of the session he did some reiki on me too with which I have experience as I am first level. He explained afterwards that my body could react in the next 24 hours in all kind of ways and I should drink much water. In the evening I had a slightly heavy head but it wasn't to bad. 18th It was Sunday so we went for our breakfast ...
... crocodile, some spicy as fish sausage thing, other thai desserts and sweets. We stopped for lunch and I had a chicken noodle soup and a shrimp pancake which were ah looi (delicious). I learned some more Thai from Pee Pla and she taught me some basics about how the writing works. It's similar to Japanese where each symbol represents a sound. I think that's how it works anyway!
Mimosa Pattaya was a strange place - our next ...
... lunch in food court and then we went out.
We also visited Lesser Buddha and Silver Lake Winery.
We also visited Pattaya Dried Food Market. And then go to Bangkok.
... a second time as, like Lazarus, our scooter coughed to life given another try. I spent the latter part of the afternoon toasting the gods kindness by running 5 kilometres on the treadmill at the neighbour's house, losing at least one stone in fluid in the process...
Friday brought the indignation of an 8am alarm - the earliest of the trip to date, reminding me of the misery of the drudgery of working life and forced awakeness. The reason for the early rise was a ...