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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
Woke in the morning needing Cookies and some sort of English breakfast which I'll go along to Steve's at his premiership bar down Soi Diane, that's also where Davey boy is staying so ill try catching up with him.. He left another message under my door with two numbers none of which are working.... Prob a network error.. I wandered down to Soi Diana inn and just next door to Sawatdee Pataya hotel is Daves place.. Receptionist said he'd gone out ...
... you then tossed with a bit of soy & salt, in my qualified chef opinion (slash food fatty) they could have done with a bit of chilli powder too with the salt but I will definitely be buying them again :) An experience tonight of old men wanting some lady Thai loving, very funny to watch especially when the guys are very drunk :) had a scrummy Penang curry, not too ...
... is forming and Thais and foreigners alike pull out cameras and iphones for pictures.
I temporarily abandon my beach chair plans and sit on the beach to listen for a while. They are quite good. Most of the vocals are sung by one guy but, occasionally, it is a duet. I pull out a bottle of water and a slice of pizza bread that I have come to love. I kick back, what's not to like? Solo travel allows plan changing in an instant.
It's good and a nice way to start ...
... I spoke in Thai and questioned how she arrived at that total. I
could see the wheels in her mind turning, and then she came back with
a more reasonable amount. Perhaps I am not as stupid as most farangs
she has met.
After dining, our bus headed to a
naval base in Pattaya. A large tree branch hit the roof of the bus on
the way there and cracked the window behind me. The bus just kept
rolling. The naval barracks were simple. The boys slept ...
... I did actually find the right turnoff and went directly to Pattaya without incident. I was dead proud. I felt like a local!
The trip was fairly uneventful but it was very nice to be back on the road, even briefly. The only thing was my seat was incredibly uncomfortable. I’m beginning to think that guy was right, it is the heat, it makes the gel too stiff and it’s like sitting on a solid brick (as opposed to what kind of brick?) The traffic suddenly ...