Erawan Pattaya Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As we got woken up by an Asian girl knocking on our door in the middle of the night, we had a restless sleep. Dreaming about *****s and pimps robbing us! We got up later than expected. We headed to the ferry terminal, no food in or bellys and being harassed by locals wanting us go by speed boat. We got on the boat that coat only 30B pp A 30min ride later we are on Koh Larn. Just a little island, plenty of sunbeds to choose from we had to go ...
... present or available at any time during this process (not that I believe they would be able to help anyway – but interesting in their absence the entire time considering how high
profile they like to be on walking st) Also – don’t think you can flash a few baht and get let off. I’m aware
of a number if discreet attempts directed to the police at the testing station of amounts up to 3k baht which were politely returned. This story if from my ...
... bestfriend. He got it when he's only 6 years old. Amazing how a third world country loves their animals. Lovely, lovely, lovely:) Our second day was all about the beach. Well, honestly, our beach is better but something about Thailand is very much relaxing! Maybe because almost everyone's there are tourists:) Don't think twice going here! Just do ...
... and that is what we did. We tended to get up mid morning, have breakfast and then head up to the rooftop pool where we would stay until it was time for lunch. After lunch we would go back to the pool until the sun went in and then relax in the room before dinner. We had bought a few DVDs in Vietnam so many evenings we stayed in the apartment watching these. It may sound boring but it was nice to just have a base and do normal ...
... We found a lady at a shoe shop and I finally got to use the first Thai phrase I learned: "Kood-Pood-pass-an-grit-dai-may ka?" (Do you speak English?). Halfway through my sentence she smiled and said "nit-noy" (little bit). I tried to ask here where the nearest bus station was by substituting the word "bus" for the word "train" but I'm not sure she understood. She took us over to another booth which held a Thai lady with a very deep voice (Don't think she was ...