We Left The Hotel IV.



Thursday means Thai Night for the restaurant. Usually my husband goes down to check on things. He talks a little with the current guests.

Today we were able to sneak out of the hotel before the Thai Night. After 2 and a half months of being here it was time to show Zoárd the sea.

We walked in an area called the Fishermen’s Village. It is sort of a walking street except that cars and motorbikes can go through it. HAHA

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Zoárd was pleased with the sounds and smells of the water.

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See the sand? We were really at the beach! HAHA

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Zoárd was fed up with the laying down position.

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He was so unhappy with his situation that we switched to see what would happen if he would be in a sitting position (though he cannot sit up yet).

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This is the peaceful five minutes before we had to switch everything back.

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Making friends is easy for Zoárd no matter what position he is in.

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I did not want to take too many pictures of little shops. But one bikini seller is a must.

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And I think this shot is also forgivable. 

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This ice cream was not worth sinning but oh well…

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Sometimes I am unsure if what I see is really interesting or not. To be honest I think the fish looks like its holding a tennis ball in its mouth. That is probably me in my head making this more interesting than it is. HAHA

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I just liked this. It had a cool vibe.

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Common I had to! It says THAILAND!

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Elephant, Cat, Buddha… What else could you want?!

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As I said yesterday: I LOVE taking pictures of my boys…

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B
ye for now!

Do you have a favorite place where you enjoy strolling?

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7 thoughts on “We Left The Hotel IV.

  1. I love your photos. I agree about the fish with the tennis ball – lol! You choices of things to photograph are great. 🙂
    Beautiful place. My husband’s mother and her brother were both born in Thailand when it was still called Siam. Their parents (my husband’s grandparents) were medical missionaries. 😀

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