Avalon Beach Resort
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... 8216;Closed 1 Day’. Hmmmm Ok plenty more fish in the sea…every place I went walked by was: ‘Closed 1 Day’. Bugga. Not one joint open – I suppose that is Karma. Shouldnt have bragged.
Found a bar to escape the constant water pistols and cups of water thrown on you. I am saturated and so is my wallet with wet Thai Baht. I continue with drinking Leos and watching the activities of the locals and some ...
... to figure out how to get out of Pattaya. We hadn't really seen many travel agents here and the ones we had seen we didn't really trust so I took to the internet and found a door to door bus service and booked us on that. Picks us straight up at the hotel and drops us straight at the station in Bangkok we need to get on the next train to Chiang Mai. Cost 690baht for both of us which is pretty reasonable for door to door service. The site ...
... They pour some oil or maybe sanitizer on their hands and make a big show of slapping their hands together. I guess they want the other beach loungers to see what a good job they are going to do. Then, with their hands prepared, they start work on their customers.
The Russian women add to the malay by talking in loud tones in Russian. I don't know if they are talking to their husbands or directing the work of the masseuses. I think when they bark everybody ...
... see papers for bike.”
N: “They’re back at my house.” [I was pretty sure there were no papers for the bike]
P: “Open the bike.” [Meaning lift the seat]
N: “OK. Oh, look, there are the papers.” [I was genuinely surprised]
P: “Where is your driving licence?”
N: “Back at the house.” [I haven’t a frigging clue where my licence is. I also ...
... huge difference to the city compared to Pattaya. We were unsure why our travel agent sent us away from Bangkok for the few nights but Pattaya was still an experience! At the bus station in Bangkok we grabbed a taxi. We did it off meter which we learnt later we shouldn't do. It felt good to finally be in a car again but when I went to put my seatbelt on I realized there was nothing to click it into. People don't wear seatbelts and don't wear helmets ...