Apex Hotel

Address: 216 / 2 M.10 Soi 11, Pattaya 2nd Rd, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 216 / 2 M.10 Soi 11, Pattaya 2nd Rd, Pattaya, is near Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum), Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, Pattaya Water Park, and Seafari Dive Center.
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      A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Jan 24, 2015

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      We were wakened at 5.45 by what sounded like a motor race at Brands Hatch. Dozed. At 7.15 I went to the beach to investigate. There were hundreds of longtail boats between 500 m and 1 km out right along the coast. They were fishing, without nets because of their motor tails. Sometimes one person, sometimes two, just hoiking fish out of the water I suppose. It was like a ballet: continuous movement and coming and going. An amazing sight to behold. The ...

      Back at Jomtien

      A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Jan 14, 2015

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      ... but couldn't get her. In the evenings we went to Central in town to buy some things to eat tomorrow while traveling. We had dinner there and than walked around a bit, before going to the apartment we dropped the bike and walked back where we first met Astrid and Theo at Nicola's where they were watching some ladyboy contest:-), a little further we found Mariette&Berry and Charles & Belinda sitting at Dick's, so we said goodbye to all of them and than went back up to finish ...

      Russia's Playground

      A travel blog entry by mattycollins16 on Nov 08, 2013

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      ... no resemblance to the picture in the menu, but I suppose this is much like expecting a BigMac to consist of two plump, juicy 100% beef burgers. No matter, I dug in and immediately discovered that the Thai translation of rainbow was lukewarm and gristly. I ate my boiled rice and some of Poppy's cast offs and left the restaurant unfulfilled. However there was to be gold at the end of this particular rainbow, in the form of a banana roti. As we made the short walk back home, ...

      Some racist sh@#t in pattaya, Thailand

      A travel blog entry by vaughnyb on Oct 17, 2012


      ... hands! They saw I had all my documents together but...why did they bring me there anyway when I had a copy of my passport...Every other country I have been in accepts this. Even after the officer said I can go he says ''next time have a copy of your passport' I replied I did see.... but your officers ripped it up, he replied 'oh there is no stamp on it...********...money was the reason they bought me there...I ain't stupid.


      Sleaze town

      A travel blog entry by dheelus on Feb 02, 2011

      ... the ceiling fan (perils of low-budget hotel rooms, I guess). My fingers were hurt badly but luckily there was no bleeding. Actually, I can feel the pain even now! Anyways, after that, I bummed around, got a sandwich and yogurt for breakfast at a 7-Eleven on the beach road. Incredibly there were hookers on the beach strip even at that hour, although very few in number. It was mostly locals who'd come to have a breakfast picnic by the sea before the ...