Sunshine Vista Serviced Apartment
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... again. It’s a nice final night we’re all together, but we eventually have to say our goodbyes as we’ll be heading up to Bangkok early in the morning. It’s been a really great day having a private boat for just friends and family with Wayne and Nok running the show – perfect really!
It’s an early start as we check-out and await our van to transport us over to Bangkok. It arrives pretty much bang on time, so ...
... not really looking forward to going back, though of course we want to see our family and friends again. Wish they could come over here !!! :-) We've done the usual things and enjoyed the relaxing time. We've been to the cinema again and discovered some nice places around to eat. Meanwhile the world is not getting a better place ! The Russians have practically invaded the Krimm in the Ukraine, tensions are mounting as the VS of course is warning them to ...
Getting told off for not updating! Oops! Sorry! So our second day in Chiang Mai involved elephants and tigers which was pretty exciting! We were picked up quite early by our driver for the day, before being taken to the elephant park. As soon as we arrived, we were taken up to a platform to start out elephant ride! Our elephant was called Phaya, and was gorgeous! The ride was interesting - we had just a thin bar to stop us slipping out, ...
... to have my hair dyed ginger (there was a slight misunderstanding during my visit to the coiffure about desired hair colour). Once deposited in Pattaya, we headed for live music at the Blues Factory, where I became angry when the excellent lead singer (a large black lady from the deep south of the US) refused to let Shelley sing more than Happy Birthday. We moved on to a sexy show in a nearby club, where I was unsuccessful in various attempts to catch ...
... a pretty short distance. Another thing I had been looking into was train travel around the region both as a cheaper way to get places as well as a way to see more of the countryside along the way.
When you are trying to decide between several different options, sometimes it is best to give in and do them ALL! And in this case, it ended up being reasonably economical. I waited until the last minute possible to completely surprise Danielle ...