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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... to 3 Russians from the Urals Mountains. I was first "ingleeshman" they had met and wanted to talk about somebody called "roonee"? They told me the Thai,s don't like Russians much, I explained how just saying "thank you" and "please" in Thai can go a long way ,as they don't bother normally ? They were good fun actually, were amazed I was traveling alone and said I must visit them and they would find me a good Russian woman! I ate some lovely seafood ...
... a bit of sight seeing I thought it was time to head back to my hotel so that I would have a good nights sleep in preparation for my Camel Safari the next day.
There was just one small problem. I forgot the name of the hotel. I forgot to pick up a business card from the hotel. I wasn't given a key to my room. And due to the random way I found it, I had no idea where it was. And the fort is huge! With literally hundreds of ...
... but yes if you want to spend $1800 or more then can get a Brompton folding bicycle d these are the smallest and most compact with 16" wheels and a weight of 8kg with titanium parts but these as you can see are not cheap and also all parts are custom made and only available in the UK direct from dealer so no standard parts used so can be a problem in Asia if you need a a new part so not all good.
My bike made being mostly made ...
... old…walking up to where we were sitting and breaking out into some crazy dance moves. At first we were just amused, enjoying this kid’s rhythm and soulful dancing to the beats coming out of our bar…but then a crowd started gathering….and gathering….and gathering. Before long, there were about 50 people standing in front of our bar, watching this kid dancing right beside our table…taking pictures, video, giving him money. We were cracking ...
... else to do on the island. Along the way, we stopped at this little cafe called Sawasdee Koh Larn. Dad got a coffee and I got an iced green tea. It was also a pizza place. The woman working there asked if we'd please wait, as she was currently making a pizza. We took a seat and they brought us water, magazines, and smiled broadly. It was the first place where we'd felt welcomed on the whole island. Our drinks were delicious. I was expecting iced green tea and ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility