The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort
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... somewhere for our evening meal that doesn't consist of slabs of meat is a bit of a challenge. We do find a nice Thai place and their food is excellent. I offer my compliments as best I can and we are rewarded with a plate of complimentary fruit, including one called shampoo - like a very crisp apple.
We return to our little Atlantis and, despite my doubts, we sleep well with no nightmares of ...
... I managed to find some sunglasses I liked which was a bonus but no bracelets, I also went into a massive tescos and got some bags of sweets for work, then I went into the sports shop and treated myself to a sports bra! Whoops! I then walked back to hotel and chilled by the pool for a bit before using the gym, I was going to have an early night but after finishing the gym and showering I thought I'd be better off doing night market tonight ...
... walk was in foot deep water. I can’t even imagine it in the middle of the rainy season (the rainy season starts in July).
Every few hours, we would hear music blaring. It was a truck advertising a glasses shop located just up the road from the hotel. It drives very slowly around the block with the music so loud you could hardly think. On top of that, there was a voice screaming out the shop details (I assume – it was spoken in Thai!)
... park of Thailand. Originally covering an area of 2,478 kmē and it was
enlarged on December 1984 to include the boundary area between Phetchaburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan provinces. The park has been included in the list of ASEAN heritage parks.
Kaeng Krachan Dam is located in the vicinity of Kaeng Krachan National Park. Construction of the dam was completed in 1966 and power generation was installed later on by EGAT. The dam stores ...
... Thai guide. Translation sometimes a problem but lots seen, and often better views than previously.
Highlights included the Greater Flameback Woodpecker battering chunks of wood out of a dead tree and the anscestral chicken, the Red Jungle Fowl. Dusky Langur monkeys also a highlight.