Monday, 14 September 2015


our last day here as we head for home,

and so our last breakfast,

and look at the pool, we never had time to use it,

a last look for Diana,

and we were away,

goodbye Okay Boutique,

 this is the hotels card,

and we can say we would definitely stay there again,

we started the half hour or so ride back to the airport,

taking a few pictures on the way,

not far now,

as we pass another extended three wheeler,

and here we are at the airport,

it was only after we bought these coffees,

we realised there were complimentary food and drinks as the Bangkok Airways stall,

on to the walkway,

which was a bit difficult to take a picture through,

we did not have an extra seat on the way back,but not to worry the flight was only 55 minutes,

new for both of us, tom yum goong rice, it was really nice,

45 minutes after we landed we finally made it outside, there were only 5 people in front of us but three of them seemed to have problems in immigration, so it took far longer than normal,

so home at last and outside for our candle lit Saturday night out in the front garden, poppadom masala for starters,

followed by chicken samosa,

Jake next door was pleased to see us back,

for our main course chicken tikka masala, chicken jalfrezi, aloo gobi and peas pilau rice,

it was then time that Diana wanted to look at her cross stitching set,

it was almost like Christmas all over again,

so many colourful items to look at, we spent the rest of the evening chatting away and then for us we were off to bed.


Karl said...

Hi Stan, nice trip. I was expecting some pics from Siem Riep with Angkor Wat and all those really impressive Temples in that area. Was there some years ago but one thing that is unforgettable is the beggar kids hunting you down the streets with one young girl calling me ugly names in perfect American English after my refusal to buy a book from her. Hope the people there didn't take Diana for a Thai as Thais are not really liked by the Cambodians. Greetings to both of you from Karl and MaryAnn.

PattayaStan said...

Dear Karl, we went to Angkor Wat a few years ago, have a look here,

and then click older posts, so this time it was to Phnom Penh as we had not been there before,I think we bumped into the same bookseller! but the good news was that Diana was accepted everywhere with no problems, but I have to admit that when sellers did find out Diana was Philippino the smiles became even bigger! I hope you and Mary Ann are fine, best regards Stan and Diana.