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... in about eleven. The next day's tour was pretty much the exact one I did a few years ago. We stopped at a Karen village where I sadly took photos of some of the same women I photographed years ago. It must get so tedious, the endless supply of people like me pointing cameras in their faces like they are zoo animals. From there we went to the elephant sanctuary and watched them play soccer and basketball before they got down to painting which is the most amazing thing ever. If ...
What a lovely meal Noy cooked last night. Check the pictures. After the customary early morning bike ride and spa, fruit breakfast was ready to eat. We have been spoiled Dave, Greg and I set of for the day. We explored the marina and dreamed of buying a cheap boat and sailing it back to Australia and selling it for a profit. Dreaming!!! We explored the beach front and had a steak lunch at a shopping ...
... Singha beer. The food was a bit bland and pants and really my expectations were much higher, especially as it cost 720baht including the beer (that will be the last time I spend that much on food) took a picture before I ate it anyway. Walked around a bit then the water and Singha started catching up with me, took about an hour to find my hotel again by which time I was absolutely busting having had to battle my way past load of hos. ...
... panang, chicken cashew nuts and green curry was really good food, me and mel also had a cocktail :)!! we then went along walking street!! that was something different anyway. Prostitutes everywhere and people asking if you want a ping pong show crazy! and of course the ladyboys. Graeme was a bit down missing the lads so we took him to a go go bar was the most disgusting thing ever, girls dancing on pools and old men learing at them not a good ...
... pleasant and novel experience, the overall emotion is probably one of sadness at seeing these magnificent animals shackled. Indeed, once our guide hopped off our elephant to take some snaps, our elephant seemed to consider making a run for freedom. Although I was pleased he decided not to on that occasion with us on his back, I hope that one day he does go for it and succeeds. We spent the afternoon at the slightly bizarre Pattaya Floating Market. Aside from ...