Sawasdee Sunshine Hotel
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... featuring featuring Thai dancers, but some kick boxers, drummers and elephants thrown in to make it more interesting. Held in a huge open sided hall, packed to capacity (mainly with Asian tourists) and deafening Thai music throughout. But it was well done, the dancers were graceful and the costumes were spectacular.
The final act at this venue was the elephant show. Although we all had thoughts about animals being kept in captivity and made to perform for ...
... chaos and it is easy to imagine how people get trampled in the crush when a stampede gets underway. You barely had to have your feet on the ground to be carried forward inch by inch. Once we were spit out in one piece, the next adventure was getting back to our place. A Songthaew costs about thirty cents but the line up stretched on forever and that doesn't even begin to count all the people that come along and just push there way in. Wilf rounded us up a taxi and fifteen dollars ...
... up, had a gelato which was amazing!
Once we got picked up we battled traffic and got bit lost but made our way to The million years stone park and Pattaya crocodile park. We just made in time for a crocodile show which had the local Thai man putting his head in crocodiles and playing with them (I am sure they were drugged).
We also got an opportunity feeding some crocodiles that ...
... evil. So as expected in the words of Amy, "Subway was divine." On another day, we decided to find our way to the island, Koh Larn. On the island, we found a very beautiful beach to swim and enjoy the sun. It was a really nice and easy ferry ride to and from the water. I enjoyed the time on the water. Other than the beaches and the sun, we found ourselves going to see the new Batman movie that I've been wanting to ...
... nearly four hours so I decided to stroll out into the intense heat and insanity, managing to make my way to a hill a couple of miles away adorned by a huge gold Buddha statue and various other Buddhist monuments. By the time I got back to the salon, I must have lost about a stone in sweat and must have looked pretty bedraggled as the lady boy chuckled and said you sit and sleep if you need, which I did and I did. Shelley's mum meanwhile had spent the time ...