Peace Resort Hotel
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... t seen this, you tube it. They are so aware. They know what colours are on their brushes and they paint a million times better than me. I know that isn't saying much but this is truly astounding. They paint elephants holding bouquets, trees, flowers, butterflies and even sign their names to the paintings which are sold to support the operation. Next we got an ox cart to a nearby village driven by the cutest toothless happiest man and from there we got on the elephant for our ride back ...
... strolling through the local markets, see the pictures, we called in at the local pub for a beer and chat with some locals. After a big day out we resorted to the spa and had some cheese and crackers and some treats from the markets. Paul from down the road joined us for some drinks and tall stories. Eggs on toast for tea (batching) but it was more than sufficient after a big day out eating a lot of the ...
... and we were lucky enough to be semi included. Turns out they sing a birthday song called "happy birthday for you" in a tune just a little different from our own. It was adorable to see all these little children emerge from the dark streets on their own proudly carrying perfectly wrapped gifts. It was a special experience. One of the little Thai men that runs the hostel has become quite smitten with me and taken to bringing me little gifts. Bri has been teasing me ...
... met a
couple of Irish kids who I got drunker with. I tried to teach one of
them how to say “No thank you” in Thai, a necessary phrase for a
foreigner to know in Pattaya unless he has pockets that never empty.
His attempt to say “Mai Ow Krub” came out of his mouth as “My
Ow *****!” I told these drunks that I would meet up with them and
take them on a go go ...
... market. A few years ago I would have been blown away by having been able to purchase three t-shirts and two pairs of shorts for four pounds, but since the rise of Primani, this seems far less impressive. We had lunch at a nice restaurant near one of the many golf courses in this area before heading back to the compound for a few hours sun before getting glammed up for the main event of the day - a Thai wedding. This was like nothing I have ever seen. ...