The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort
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... moved on toward the campsite again but stopped at another flowing river (that our 4x4 had to cross). There was a patch of butterflies that stayed on the ground so we could get some good photos. It was so pretty.
When we eventually reached the campsite, we unloaded our stuff. We had a surprisingly large amount of stuff for 5 people staying one night on a campsite... We set up our tents (one each...) quite quickly then we went for ...
... mix with one floppy ear and one pointed ear named Dumb. They were both so cute and loved playing with each other and loved to roll around in elephant poop.
After a few hours of hard work, we walked back to the center and washed up for dinner. The main house and common room consisted of 3 dinner tables, and a seating area around the TV made of concrete benches, it also had a kitchen with a communal and non-communal fridge. Bread and eggs were ...
... in some areas would’ve been up to your ankles if you weren’t on your tippy toes.
Literally two minutes down the road there was not one sign of rain, very localised. We got in the hotel pool and before long it had again started raining.
For dinner mum and I went out alone to Aree as Nana and Pa decided to eat in. Walking to dinner in the rain, we saw huge tents, a stage and fluro lights on the beach but we decided not ...
... into a ships (steering wheel/helm)
Toilet 2. Had a real beach theme with the toilet signs wearing bathers and a sarong for the women and flowers on the clothes or in the hair - more like change room signs than toilet signs. There were signs of the Jamaican Reggae music – with the children’s washbasin inside a drum and the singers on the wall. The mirrors were lined with beach shack shutters – what a fantastic view!! The ...
... of our throat from the lady's cooking and they started laughing at us until he came over to help us and was coughing to.
We rode the bikes up the street, to the right where the road parts and straight ahead. On the way we stopped at the monument of Kingnaresuan the great which was a small park with a statue of a man in the middle and 391 roosters sitting at his feet - it was the strangest thing.( King Naresuan the Great reigned from 1590 to ...