Kantary Bay, Rayong
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... beach where there was a reggae bar. They had a live band playing Bob Marley, Leaving on a jet plane and other popular English songs. What was unusual about this place was that on the beach they had bamboo mats and small tables and bean bag chairs to sit and relax. On the tables you could order a special cocktail and it would come with long straws to drink from you didn't have to get to take a sip.
I bought a rice paper hot air balloon and lit it, made a wish and set it ...
... we are rested and inspired. The plans look to have changed and it's likely we are going to hit Burma next, then southern India for Christmas before taking a tour of the north. The prospect of doing north India by ourselves was pretty daunting and we have both been feeling like it was going to be hard work so instead we have decided to try and book a 15 day tour we have seen to see the main highlights (and have some handholding!). That's the plan anyway and we'll keep you ...
We actually arrived in Laem Mae Phim, a district in Rayong, late last night after we left Pattaya City. Malai gave us the option to stay in city or drive about 2 hours to a less populated place. I opted for the latter and here we were, in this quaint little beach town. I woke early the next morning to take a walk along the beach and take some pictures. The town is quiet except for the several locals setting up their shops and stalls of fresh seafood, ...
... ware, food, clothes and all sorts of stuff. It was intense and hot but was certainly an experience, and we got a really good chicken kebab thing and a potato on a stick, which can not be sniffed at.
We were taken out for dinner to a 'famous' seafood restaurant in Bangkok and it was incredible. We were upstairs on a big round table with a spinning centre. We had all sorts of fish, prawns, oysters, beef ribs, veg, rice and their specialty crab curry. It was ...
... night when we got onto the Sangsom buckets. We be-friended a rich Australian guy who was looking for a bit of a chat in English which was missing from his 'relationship' with his Thai lady friend. He kept the tequila shots coming and by now we were more than happy to chat! Because of it's proximity to Bangkok, a lot of the richer Thai people come to the island for the weekend and the island got notably busier which was good for our night out.