Town In Town Hotel Pattaya
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... Without many fundamental changes zoos will exist for the foreseeable future.
If I was to build a zoo it would be similar to this zoo, it is a great place and I thoroughly recommend a visit.
Today we fly out to Cambodia but before we head off I need to make a note of a few things from Thailand.
1) The food is awesome, the people ...
... is forming and Thais and foreigners alike pull out cameras and iphones for pictures.
I temporarily abandon my beach chair plans and sit on the beach to listen for a while. They are quite good. Most of the vocals are sung by one guy but, occasionally, it is a duet. I pull out a bottle of water and a slice of pizza bread that I have come to love. I kick back, what's not to like? Solo travel allows plan changing in an instant.
It's good and a nice way to start ...
... games, but it was pretty obvious that she was severely disappointed in us.
After the games day, we had an end of the year party at school. The foreign teachers didn’t feel comfortable showing up to a fancy dinner party all sweaty and still in our sports day clothes, so we went home to get cleaned up. The Thai teachers didn’t take the same approach, and I was the first foreign teacher to make it back, I got a lot of hoots and hollers when I ...
... bites that are absolute heaven. They are little squares of chocolate cake rolled in toasted coconut with little pieces of almonds inside. Like I said, heaven. By far the best thing I’ve eaten in Thailand, which could be dangerous.
I got some good news from home today. Two of my best friends got engaged! I’m so happy for them. But this does mean I need to take it easy on the cake bites so I can fit into a bridesmaid dress when I get ...
... go away. The woman was clearly embarrassed, but couldn’t do anything about it because women and monks aren’t allowed to touch, and she was running the risk of breaking that rule to get the kitten to behave. The monk was good natured about it and just laughed, but I’m sure the kitten’s bites did not feel good. It was, however, a funny way to start my day.
I’m in love with the exercise park here in Chonburi. I try to ...