All Seasons Pattaya
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Nice sleep in till 5am (finally kicked the jet-lag) then on the bike for about a 15km local ride. Called into a temple, a golf driving range, a building site (OH&S nightmare) and just a whole lot of interesting local stuff in the back streets. It was straight into the spar when we got home and after some brekky we headed out with tour guide Dave to explore the local sights. Pattaya marina ...
Got about 3 hours sleep and was hanging all day. Eventually went into town and bought some new shoes, Canvas sided so they will pack easily, a new pair of sandals, as my current ones are falling to pieces on account of too much dancing yesterday and two sleeveless tshirts for more comfort in the heat. Chucked my old sandals and shoes out and booked 3 more nights at the hostel. Took some photos of the hostel dogs for your ...
... afternoon(16/8) and after today we have just 3 days left. We went for a beach walk yesterday morning. That was nice with lots of condos and apartments and hotels but pretty hot and humid. We were away for a couple of hours and then back for a much needed cool off in the pool. We shared a club sandwich by the pool for lunch. Sat by the pool for most of the afternoon used the iPads to check mail and the net. Walked up the street for a lovely one hour ...
The past fews days of my new life has been dominated by elephants.
On Wednesday night, we enjoyed a tradtional Thai barbecue with neighbours Tony (from Essex) and his wife Pia, plus assorted others. A Thai barbecue is much like an English barbecue in so far as I consumed far too much meat and probably beer, before sleeping it off. We did meet a new English chap named Mick (also from Essex) who had recently 'done a Pavoritti' and had a child with his Thai ...
... to kill a bit of time and walk around and Central festival mall has an observation deck on it's top floor which provide lush views over Hat Pattaya and it actually looked very nice from up here.
So after seeing the main beach area i headed to Wat Phra Yai which was close by on Hat cliff (beach cliff) built in 1977 it's the biggest Buddha image in Chon Buri. Also here is the Wang Sam Sien shrine which is a statue of Kwan Yin ...