All Seasons Pattaya
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... Clicking pictures having fun was the only agenda. We got back to pataya port had dinner in a Punjabi restaurant in the walking street. Then we made a move to alcazar show. A 1hr show completely nailed by transgenders. Where these ppl perform on the different countries. From India they performed 'aaja nachle'. After the show we drives ...
... Elena and Maurizio for the last dinner of fish barracuda at Coral Bay.
I finally arrived after 34 hours from departure (7am) from the Perhentian Islands, Malaysia to Pattaya, Thailand via Bangkok traveling by train (taken for 7 minutes difference !!!!, was Friday 13 !!!). I have not found the sleeping berth and I had to sleep in the recliner armchair and then, arrived in Bangkok, I took the metro ...
... you “sit down”, “stand up”, “come here”. If you don't sign the document you will not be processed – there is no option. In the court room there is no visitor gallery, no visitors allowed, no legal representation, no translation available. About 40 people are processed at the same time, sitting on wooden benches or on the floor. The judge (a woman in this case) speaks NO english (she even had to get help from someone to read out the amounts of ...
... heat. Late in the afternoon, we'd succumb to the temptation of poolside snacks, and a chilled beer or iced drink served in a coconut... this would typically increase the level of cut-throat competition in our last few rounds of cards as the sun went down. Our resort offered two options for dinner, and town had many more, but we ended up eating dinner each night at the same restaurant, called Infiniti. Each night we ...
... paid off and I was able to drive and chip well, impressing JK's uncle (well, he was probably just being nice), despite taking my first swing and the entire head flying off the club!
Jk, a golf novice, soon got into the swing of it (!) and was able to hit a 50 yard target with the last ball of the morning, taking only 30 balls to do so!
We would have perhaps stayed longer, but we had to get back to some sight-seeing, after a very relaxing ...