Ploy Talay Resort
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... to pay and move on. Not a particularly nice evening, both worried about leaving in the morning.
29th Oct: Pidang is waiting in the morning for Sophie and I, wakes up the horrible John, who subjects us to more of his nasty mood and meanness. We’re assured by this knobhead we won’t get off the island without paying the 5000baht to fix the machine and they’ll call the police if we try. Would be nice if he stopped treating us like we’re ...
... off we went - nothing remarkable in our job today. We just plugged away and eventually got finished about 3PM.
Nicky wanted to do some shopping so we wandered around the shops for a while and then Ross and I decided to walk up to the lookout at the Pattaya City sign. It is much longer than it seems to get there. You have to walk right to the end of the point and then back up the hill. Great view when you get there. We went ...
... his brother to the world of falangs (tourists), his brother spoke no English so we gave each other impromptu thai-english lessons. We also got to watch Steve pratice his T-Rex dancing and Michelle got to have a lot of photos taken with the band, the staff and anyone else in the bar. The brother decided he wanted to work at a resort after that night. So we either did something right or corrupted the poor bloke (probably the latter).
Undeterred from ...
... to Ban Phe and I stand there feeling confused while Phidel gets a quote from a taxi driver to go to Rayong bus station, where we can then get a bus to Trat.
The driver quotes us hundreds of Baht and luckily Phidel is sharp enough to spot a bus filled with locals and we jump on. It is not so much a bus as a cargo truck with benches on but we are so glad to get the cheap fare and quick escape.
Going from one dusty village to another I notice that all ...
... sand on the beaches of the Whitsunday Islands in Australia! Good for rubbing all over your skin for the perfect exfoliator!The first night was a quite one, just some good food on the beach watching the local lads practice their poi techniques! We all watched a film together on Chelsea and Sams porch from their laptop and pletherer of a film library!
The second day was good! Blue skies, white sandy beaches, clear water to swim, lots of sunbathing- and ...