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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Chonburi and Cha Am March

Mam had work in Chonburi so we spent a night before driving on to Cha Am

We stopped for lunch at Bike Park on the Chonburi Bridge

Bike Park

Old Wood in Chonburi

Chonburi Bridge

We stayed at the Kroque Boutique & Bistro at Ang Sila. This is the view from the rooftop bar and restaurant.

The Thai word for mortar and pestle is actually pronounced "croak". Ang Sila is famous for it's granite mortars.

The hotel lobby has a coffee cart that makes traditional Thai coffee..

Mr  Chatchart Sitthiphan is a candidate for Thai Prime Minister in the election to be held March 24. We spotted him walking to the hotel. He was happy to have his photo taken with us. He was in Ang Sila to attend a candidates debate which was held on the seaside promenade.

Mam and Mr  Chatchart

Window Number 4, Ang Sila

Chao Mae Khao Hin Chinese Shrine, Ang Sila

The PM debate - Mr Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit of the Future Forward Party on the far right. 
Mr Chatchart to his left. Further left are representatives of the Palang Pracharath and Democrat parties.

Happy Hour at Sunset 

Ang Sila

Breakfast on the roof


Boats at Ang Sila

Fishing Shack With Rope

Bamboo Poles for Consrtruction

In Cha Am observing the construction of the BaBa Beach Club high rise building

On the beach at Cha Am Little Shop

Spirit House near The Energy condo

Pa Maew Seafood - One of our favorites

We cleaned up

Windy at Thew Talay Estate

"Eyes Closed" god at Wat Neran Chararam

Lunch on the beach at May's Kitchen

Sunrise with Venus

Breakfast food cart

This replica of an Easter Island Mo'ai statue is at Moai Cafe just north of Cha Am. We stopped for coffee.

Moai Coffee Interior