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Travel Blogs from Pran Buri
I played with Tom in the swimming pool. Mum and I went into town and I played pool with an Australian guy and a German guy. They showed me how to use the pool cues. We have had lots of fun in Thailand. The bet bits; -the friendly Thai people - the friends I made from different countries - swimming every day - Thai massages Next stop; ...
Arose late, breakfast, morning ablutions and then out the door.
I thought I would take a look at the centre of town where most of the shops are and the central produce market. I started to walk into town, when I heard I polite toot behind me, which usually meant there was one of the local 29c city loop tuk-tuk bus's approaching and would I like a lift. Any one that looks like a tourist they toot at. I flagged down the tuk-yuk, good timing, jumped in the back and we were away. The ...
... passed to us and we spoke with the hotel. The trip would include a toll highway that the owner wanted us to know, would be our responsibility to pay for. We headed off down a fast highway in the main and modern area of Bangkok until a turn took us into the old quarter. After several stops and conversations with fellow cab and tuk-tuk drivers, we arrived at a corner unit with a sign outside saying Asadang B&B.
We rang the bell and walked into an old style Thai ...
... cool down, now reading on our veranda. No complaints . Checked out the prices of the massages and manicures along the beach for later. Read by the pool and enjoyed the swims . Local supermarket then free shuttle into town at six. Very busy and lively . New bikini at last. Walk through busy market and eateries displaying fresh sea foods and meats very temptingly. Excellent dinner, again surrounded by very well fed Germans and Russians. Starbucks then Tuk Tuk ...
... a wildlife sanctuary. Basically, it’s a monastery where animals have been donated to the monks by villagers. The monks aim to provide a good environment for the animals and it really seems to work. The first tiger cub was donated after it’s mum was killed by poachers. Since then, more and more tigers have been donated. We were able to get up really close to the tigers and see how they spend their time at the temple. It was great and a wee bit scary too. The highlight ...
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