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... pm despite our jet lack. 7.12 Dietmar gave a lift to the very nice beach side about 18 km away. All day strolling along the long beach, Very relaxed. Nothing to compare with the busy touristic Islands. Evening to Rayong, typical Thai province town, nicht sehr spannend. 8.12. Again to our beach, where we had organised a full day boat trip with a speed boat. Firstly we visited some little islands , where we snorkled a bit , lots ...
... are) not peaceful. But he wasn't done yet. "If my son goes to America he has to do what your laws say. So you do too in Thailand!" I looked at him, and, trying to keep from either saying something I thought might be regretted, or breaking down in tears, I said, "When your son comes to America, I hope he is treated better than I am being treated in Thailand." He gestured me to go away.
So I now have to leave ...
... get a very cosmopolitan crowd on the island. Most of the island belongs to the Khao Laem Ya - Mu Ko Samet National Park. However despite paying a National Park entrance fee (40 baht for Oi and 200 baht for me as a farang) there seems to be very little being done with that money. The roads are appalling mud tracks and the island is pretty shabby in parts. Unfortunately this is too common an occurrence in Thailand where it seems instead of protecting ...
... in the club after Vanessa had taken Miya to bed, where a Filipino band were performing Killers and Cranberries tracks. They were brilliant, I was sweaty; Larry had to keep drying me off with napkins.
On Wednesday we all went on the Zip Wires in Rayong, which involved a very bumpy ride up the hillside, and a ridiculously sweaty trek to the first platform. From my previous experience of these I thought I'd be a pro... silly Sarah, after 7 years of getting a grade ...
As most of you know, I am traveling throughout Southeast Asia. The weather is fantastic, the beaches are nice (as always), and unlike the United States, this area seems to be well out of the recession.
Part of my goal for this year is to document my travels and post some pictures so I hope you will find my updates interesting.
The New Year began with a Buddhist Monk good luck ceremony and holy water blessing at the ...