The Royal Diamond Hotel Phetchaburi
Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi
... I had gone looking for buffet food and found the bird equivalent of a sausage roll, an Emerald Dove which we had seen at least 20 times already. Nonetheless, like sausage rolls, although not rare or unique, you still love them!
After a leisurely morning at Nok's place, we headed off to the beach. Our plan is so loose, we didn't really know where we are heading except to see the sea for the first time since we were in the Maldives... very ...
... and a vegetable called Morning Glory. This is given to them at every meal but it doesn't seem like they like to eat this veggie.
3:00 pm - Feed Out
Another round of feeding for the Primates in area 1 and that is it for the night.
4:00 pm - Sweep Around Enclosures
After their dinner, we have to go around sweeping up the remaining fruit and veggie skins, to keep the area clean from flies and other insects.
5:00 pm - Water Round
... for the elephants that would allow them to do something interesting with their day. We got some corn and fruit, stuffed them in a tire and then put the tire inside a rope net and then tied it up in a tree. This way the elephants had to
figure out how to get the food out. They certainly had a lot of fun with it.
We also got to meet the first 2 of 15 dogs that they had rescued at the center. Winnie, a golden retriever cocker spaniel mix and a ...
... a comedian could still be funny without resorting to swearing and vulgarity. By the applause it was clear that we all agreed.
Garlic toast (the only kind of toast available late-night) dipped in hot chocolate; mmmm; rounded out the evening before we retiried to prepare for the upcoming busy sea-day of trying to figure out how to fit 2 weeks of purchases into 4 already-full suitcases in preparation for our upcoming arrival and debarkation in Singapore.
... aiming for. We came across the ice cream man selling what we had seen yesterday: ice cream in hot dog buns. Yes. We finally made it to Siam Discovery, which is also connected to Siam Center and Siam Paragon, across from MBK. All some of the largest shopping malls in the world. The options were dizzying - many recognizable high end American and British labels, as well as the stereotypical Asian shops filled with Hello Kitty and other ...