A-ONE Pattaya Beach Resort
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... soon enough.
We head back to Bangkok on our final morning – a taxi ride to the bus station, followed by a half-decent public bus to the eastern bus station (a much better journey of around an hour and a half!) Our hotel isn’t easily accessible by public transport so we manage to find a cab where the driver agrees to use the meter (easier said than done in Bangkok!) and the journey through the afternoon traffic is painfully slow ...
... similar from Patong which we experienced at Pattaya too, People shouting Thai Massage, Boom Boom, Come My Friend. Oh yeah, please do remember it's always a wise thing to go for Thai food (when you are on a budget trip :)). So me along with my friend managed to bargain and got a very good deal for 3 tattoos, i can just look at it for rest of my life and say yeah i got this from Thailand. These two days of my trip went so fast without much of other things to recall from my trip. ...
... we headed into central Pattaya with the intention of catching a ferry to Koh Ped, also known as "Monkey Island". This plan was soon sunk when we were quoted with prices of 50 pounds to 160 pounds. We decided again to instead head to Jontiem for "relaxation" at the pleasant Jontiem Beach - a slightly less seedy stretch
than the beach in central Pattaya. My day became slightly less relaxed when I
tackled a run along the beach and was chased into the sea by ...
... to one of the islands for a day out, but Predictably the 10. Baht tuktuk got hijacked by a paying customer and we ended up Walking an hour through the city to get to the pier. By the time we'd walked 'walking street' ( a road full of clubs and bars where anything goes) it wasn't worth the trip over. So we went to see The big Buddha high on the hill with great views of the area. Every night ...
... included obviously) and, as you can imagine, all the other men were alone! The toilets were hilarious too. The men's had a queue rather than the ladies, the ladies was a cramped, broom cupboard type affair with paint hanging off the walls, while the men's was spotless, with modern decor and a little camp guy who turned the tap on, put soap in your hands, then dried them with a lovely soft hand towel! All for a donation of course. We abused the bar for their cheap ...