Royal Cliff Grand Hotel
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... over the road! The apartment is actually pretty big and well-specced too – we’re more than happy with it! It’s now late afternoon, so we shower and change then head over to Wayne’s apartment block, where everyone else is staying. We move over the road to a nearby little restaurant they’ve discovered and enjoy some reasonable Thai food – and end up meeting the owner, an ex-pat from Manchester called Jimmy, ...
Well, my trip is just about halfway over. Keli and I both feel like we have been here for a month! I've seen a lot, experienced more than I imagined, and learned so much along the way. Some things I loved, some things I hated. Let me explain: Hates: 1. Napkins. They don't ever give them to you and they are few and far between. Drives me bonkers. I can't tell u how much soup I've spattered and chicken grease I've had on my fingers. 2. Toilets. I'm over these ...
... week we had 'teachers day' at daycare. All of the children are taught a routine which on the day involved them bringing in flowers and walking on their knees to us, praying and bowing down and then handing over the flowers. It was very sweet and we all had tears in our eyes (why am I such a baby?!). Now it's our Friday afternoon off and I am ready for a nap but have just been told I need to do donation boxes - there goes my plan to ...
April 25 Day 72
Had trouble with Skype today and we are at sea.
Another quiet day and hot, sunny and humid.
We cruised on a NW course up the gulf of thailand to dock at Laem Chabang which is about 60-70 miles from Bangkok.
We chose to forgo our trip to Bangkok as we had the opportunity to meet Alan's (Eric's brother) friend John Pelgram to meet us at the port. He arrived with his lady friend Linda about 10pm and took us to the ...
After Chiang Mai, I flew back to Bangkok and spent two days there trying to get some good bargains at the PatPong night market. Hennie & Rik, whom I ran into at the benefit a week ago, in Pattaya invited me to spend a couple of days with them at their place in Jontiem.
I met them at the Bangkok airport, as they were coming back from a visa run to Siem Reap where they saw Angkor Wat. Yes! Farang (or foreigners) have to leave ...