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... for about 20 minutes, first through the dirty local village, and then through the national park gate and down to the tourist beaches. I passed a bunch of dark storefronts until I reached the first and most crowded beach, Hat Sai Keaw. I walked about 5 minutes more until I reached Naga's Bungalows a place on the next beach called Ao Hin Kok. I had read about it in my guidebook and I knew the rooms were cheap. I couldn't move into my room until 1pm, so I ordered a ...
... to Customs. Everything went smoothly, so I thought.
On March 16, the day I needed to extend my visa, I went to the Immigration building in Rayong, prepared to pay 1900 baht (about $65) for a 30 day extension. What happened instead was that they told me I could only get a seven day extension, for the same price, 1900 baht, since I had not gotten a visa when I entered Thailand on February 16, that, see, I had used ...
... so basically it was plenty of time.
One taxi called us over and said he would take us to bangkok for 500 Bht for all of us. The bus was going to cost about the same if not a little bit more, so we thought the taxi would of been a better option. All the time we thought there was some catch, so we kept saying to the driver "so that's a 500 Bht for all of us, yeah?" and he kept replying "yes 500 Bht, that's it". As soon as we got our bags in ...
... and all that palava, and were out-drunk easily by a spritely 75yr old dutch couple, downing B52's through a straw while they were on fire !
Today we had a massive downpour in the late afternoon which caused a mosquito party at sunset and earlier had been ripped off by a thai masseuse, who legged it with our change, when she promised to bring it straight back (postscript - tracked her down the next day, the sly old cow and eventually got our change ...
... a facinating cultural exercise that was. I didn't understand most of the words that were said but just watching the ceremony was quite interesting.
I have uploaded a picture of the monks. I am new to this blog so hopefully pictures will upload easily and I can easily post.
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Happy New Year!!!! or as they say in Thailand Sawadee Pee Mai!!!