Mantra Pura Resort & Spa
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... a little, than went into town to do some shopping. Andrea went to Carole who is here as well now. In the evening we went for dinner in 3 at the market where we had a big BBQ fish which was excellent. 22nd After breakfast I hang up the paintings that we bough in Bali and they look really good, than went down, went to get Carole at her building as it is quite far to walk. She stayed with us at the pool ...
... driving offence). You will then be locked up again until the police can arrange for immigration to check your passport. None of this is told to you in advance, you are told as it happens, and after thinking you are processed and free, being put back into the holding cells at Soi 9 is a shock – particularly then being told it’s likely you will be held until the next day (which is a Sunday – so perhaps 2 days, but Monday is a public holiday in Thailand – ...
So we are
Pattaya bound after 3 days in Bangkok,
pretty straight forward journey of getting a taxi to the bus station
then hopping on the bus for a few hours so that was easy enough.
arrived Kem and Dylan picked us up and took us to their hotel so we could find
a place to stay, the place we chose wasn't great but was cheap and close ...
From Bangkok we headed down to see JK's uncle and his wife, who live an hour from Pattya.
Bernard and Nu were wonderful hosts - a constant supply of beers, a beautiful home in an estate with a pool and facilities, all surrounded by lush vegetation that looks idyllic, more so in the hot, hot sun.
Nu demonstrated her impressive English, showed me round the local markets and taught us how to cook yummy Tom Yam soup, which she made ...
... couples. The dancers were clearly classically trained and all-in-all it was a hugely impressive mix of ballet and ballroom dancing, just a bit sad to reflect that with such talent they had ended up dancing for a handful of people on a boat in Thailand. It also turned out that the performance was interactive and, as one of only about 10 men in the audience and sat on the front table, I was first in the firing line when I was dragged up by a belly dancer. ...