Ketawa Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... wallet and offered him my newly re-issued International drivers permit. He perused it, showed it to his comrades and handed it back to me with a smile and a comment. 'I wish more falangs (westerners) would respect the law, wear a helmet and have a valid permit'. Then another one said I looked happy and tried to teach me how to say 'happy, happy' in Thai. They laughed as I crucified their language and waved me through. Another positive. Outstanding. Shortly after, I received ...
... drive in Thailand. I guess we'll never know if they were genuine police officers or not. Or what their agenda was. I'm not going to lie, it was a bit scary, but I'm happy with how we handled ourselves in this situation and didn't just hand over our money. Don't worry mum. We're big enough and ugly enough to look after ourselves. But just in case it may be wise to find me a good solicitor. We eventually got to a botanical garden where there were waterfalls and loads of ...
... was not pleasant due to my sore knee from the trek a day or so ago. Elephants recognize a common color scheme to decipher friends from strangers. In order to interact with them correctly, we all had to change into matching outfits, a giant salmon colored poncho-shirt-thing with an oversized blue cotton cropped boho pant. Not too shabby, especially if it means the difference between the elephants being nice to you and loving you and them turning the other trunk ...
... The first thing they'll tell you: how much Thais don't like the "farang" (white people). I've heard tales of people moving here, learning the language, and creating a life here and trying hard to fit in, but never being taken seriously. I've heard about the sexism, ignorance, and all the other things that come with a developing country that no blog will tell you about. Yesterday we went out with our tour guide, a child of American ministers who moved here in the 70s, he ...
... occasionally a wayward toss of the bucket would rocket over the elephants back and soak the group on the other side. Well the group would retaliate in the same fashion and soon it was all out warfare. The temperature was between 95'-100'F so it was all in good fun and a great way to cool off. As I never found a hat, my shoulders and neck were being ravaged by the sun. I got out of there and went and stood in some nearby shade. It was starting to get very uncomfortable, ...