Paradee Resort & Spa Hotel
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... to see her being amazed and surprised by things in Thailand that I'm so used to now - the incredible pure fruit smoothies that you can have made in front of you for approximately 30p... and the delicious plates of Thai food you can eat on a small table with kids chairs (outside a laundromat) for around the same price. Seeing a woman with a baby, dog and her washing on a motorbike, or barefoot men doing maintenance work on a roof top with... you guessed ...
... patriotic video clips. Even people who were walking briskly completely stopped mid-step and turned around. It was like seeing one of the flash-pauses in Grand Central! It was also easy to spot the foreigners in the room because we were mostly sitting, looked confounded, or even talking, like some German people next to me who were doing all three! Good thing I was already standing... After a 3-hour drive to Rayong, I asked the driver, "Chue-ay doo-at jor dai mai ...
... housemate in Nepalgunj, and have recently married and moved to Bangkok. Sora, Yu's son, is also with them. Carlos was away in Barcelona but had been kind enough to lend us the use of his study which in fact is a second apartment meaning we both had a degree of privacy and that we did not infringe on Yu and Sora's too much. We spend 5 or 6 days with them relaxing in Bangkok, having pleasant dinners, going to the cinema on multiple occasions and just generally getting out strength back. ...
... she saw P'Ao's drawing, but this lady labeled everything in Thai! I tried to explain that I didn't know where we were, but I have no idea how much English she understood. She spoke with the bus driver in thai though. After she left, it was just a couple of minutes to the pier. The bus driver was really nice and pointed out the bus station for the way back to Bangkok, and he walked me up to the booth to buy ferry tickets. Like the bus, the ferry waits until there are at least ...
... in the next town. As soon as we were out of sight from the bus station the heavens opened and we and our luggage were drenched, as you would imagine this was rather a low point for us. Another few hours later we eventually got a minibus and the ferry to Koh Samet, only 5 hour late!
The resort we had booked was really nice with bungalows on the beach. The beach had white sand and bright blue sea, a great pool ...