Thai Garden Resort
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... jokes flung around all night.
Today at school i needed to get pictures done for my paper work: teaching license, multi- entry visa, and work permit. Just getting pictures done is an experience in it own. On the way there i saw a family go by on a Honda Click motorbike. When I say a family i mean 2 little kids on the gas tank, dad driving, mom on the back, and of course a small dog in her hands. Getting to the ...
... through Pattaya for a little bit longer and we ended up down a dirt road across from a field of grass that hadn’t been mowed in about 50 years. Amongst other urban buildings and on the corner of three close-quarter streets, the single-story residence that housed the cooking school sat. Numerous cooking woks were set up along a counter top inside, tables were set up along the walls (the walls were basically just shuttered windows) and ingredients were prepared for us while ...
... price. We threw our stuff in the rooms and spent the rest of the day sunbathing on the white sand and swimming in the turquoise sea - it's a tough life being a traveller!
That night we went to a restaurant on the beach. To Nick's horror I ordered salt crusted fish (he always orders the cheapest thing on the menu even if he doesn't like it). For the rest of the night he continued to call me Bill Gates, Ric************ and any other rich person he could think of.
... conquering heroes - in the familiar surrounds of Luton Town compound. We were soon brought back down to earth by mundane questions about practical matters, such as dirty washing and food requirements (universal favourite topics of mothers worldwide). It did however feel blissful to have a hot, powerful shower and the prospect of not unpacking and packing our two bags for at least a few weeks. Home, wherever in the world and ...
... being taken down for the night. Apparently the Thais do this every night, take down all the hundreds of umbrellas, and put away the hundreds of beach chairs, and put them all up again the next morning, a daily routine. They also rake the sand. I dressed, and went back to the beach to watch the most beautiful sunset in the world: the big old bright red sun sank right into the sea, casting its red path over the waters even as I watched. Like ...
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