Asia Pattaya Hotel
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... standing in the middle of the crossroads to spot their prey, and people on the move with rucksacks. Could have caught a bus there on the hour, but to ensure a seat, walked for ten minutes along to a shuttle bus station. It was quite, being Saturday. Waited half an hour and went off to the airport, about twenty minutes away. Passed Tescos, car showrooms, malls, businesses and new-build enclosed housing estates, and jungle. Not much to do in terminal ...
... watching! I play a game with myself to see whether or not they're men or women! Some make it so obvious that they are men, forgetting to shave their top lip or pluck their eyebrows... I mean if your trying to pull it off go all out! Spotted to prostitutes stood outside a pharmacy store playing with their hair and fluttering the eyelashes, nobody approached them though so no juicy gossip there. Spotted a man that was in the same bar as us last night, best to leave it as that I ...
... food, clothes, para-sailing trips and the like. Take a leisurely stroll along the strip and you're bombarded cat-calls of "lovely-jubbly, come buy a suit. Bearing in mind I was wearing a vest and shorts in 30* heat, these offers were easily resisted. While we walked down Beach Road it became apparent that Pattaya is to the Russians what Benidorm is to the English. We were already used to seeing shop and street signs in Thai and English, but in Pattaya these were joined ...
... 7 hours stopover in Amman amongst lots of pilgrims, designing our wedding photo book, something we never had time to do so pretty happy about that. Greg and Ann picked us up in Bangkok and in a great old Merc which looked like Batmobil and drove with petrol and gas, we drove down to their house near Pattaya.
We spent two days there and had big ideas (going to the beach, swimming in the pool, visiting some gardens) but in ...
... in Bangkok. You can find a fan-only room in a decent mini-hotel for 350B a night. Make sure you get a room which has some sort of natural ventilation (a window opening into the street or a balcony). Definitely get a place which has a safety deposit box, as Pattaya hotels are apparently infamous for nicking stuff from your room. If you want food cheap-cheap, then the street stalls are your best bet for fresh, tasty and filling Thai food. Ask for prices beforehand!