Baboona Beachfront Living
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaboona Beachfront Living Pattaya
Cozy rooms with a tranquilizing view of the pattaya beach and loved the walkways & the relaxin restaurants.
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... it got better and I went to the pool. In the evening we had organized to go to Nicola's with Mariette & Berry. I found out Andrea had ordered the print of two of the blogs I had written the past years, so great !!! Thank you amore !! We had an nice pizza and went for a drink at Dick's afterwards where some friends of M&B joined us. 29th It was Sunday so we went to la Bagette, we actually had to wait for an hour as a big thunderstorm suddenly appeared. We watched ...
... we have been to Pattaya briefly before, it is 20 minutes away by taxi, and a whole heap of fun and a great I mean great place for shopping.
This port is again in the middle of nowhere and by hook, or possibly by crook, a solitary taxi company has the cartel on supplying transportation to the masses who elected not to go on a ship tour. But fore warned is fore armed. We gathered an additional 4 of the usual suspects, Geoff, ...
... they had all gathered around to see what all the fuss was about). I then upped my game and told him I would ruin his hotel’s name on every possible review site I could. He looked me in the eye and said 'this not matter to me’. Grrr! Well I thought we can both be unreasonable then…my 3rd attempt to get him to at least acknowledge us was to shout at the top of my lungs "THIS HOTEL HAS A COCKROACH INFESTATION" every time his reception desk ...
From Bangkok we headed down to see JK's uncle and his wife, who live an hour from Pattya.
Bernard and Nu were wonderful hosts - a constant supply of beers, a beautiful home in an estate with a pool and facilities, all surrounded by lush vegetation that looks idyllic, more so in the hot, hot sun.
Nu demonstrated her impressive English, showed me round the local markets and taught us how to cook yummy Tom Yam soup, which she made ...
... centres where places sold laptops and at night I met Marc, who was the phalang on the bus I later chatted with, a retired French guy who kinda kept pulling faces like Mr Bean does, so I met him for dinner and he told me all about the thing with ‘Peter’ who was the guy who succumbed to Nazi pressure in the 2nd world war and caved in to the Germans…. I had heard this was an embarrassment for the French but didn’t know the story so he filled me ...