Best Western Pattaya
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... have to seriously curb any drinking as the Thai treatment for drink driving is horrific to say the least. This would at least help to save money as beer was really becoming our only costly outgoing. Food was cheap if you wanted, accommodation was free and although we actually hadn't really been drinking all that much beer was the only cost. I researched what the drink drive limit was in Thai (which is about 30% less then UK) and came across this, safe to say it scared me into not ...
... activate when you "get in" the shower.
Water Supply: Water supply is not reliable. The water will commonly go out. I went two days with no water last week.
On that note, drinking water always has to be bottled. It doesn't sound like a big deal, but it can be very inconvenient if you forget to buy a bottle before going to sleep and wake up with a case of dry mouth.
Electricity: This is also not reliable. I've read a lot about ...
... that literally every market stall and restaurant offers seafood of all varieties. In fact, it really is hard to find any meal with out sea food! Luckily we love it so enjoyed every meal. Perhaps the highlight was the "Hot and sour" Prawn Tom Yum Soup, and the Curried Crab dish, yum! Nevertheless, even us seafood loving travellers started to yearn for something a little simpler, and one night went back to basics with Vegemite sandwiches (NB. Vegemite we brought with us!! ...
... very small patch of light offered. So I kept it on anyway and road in Jim 1's headlights, still quite an effective way to travel. On we plodded for another 3 hours. It was whilst loping through the night, blackness except for a small pool of yellow light I sometimes stayed in for all of Jim 1's efforts to navigate himself along the rutted, potholed track, that I realised this was our best ride yet. (Yes, going by other stories on ...
After getting checked into what has prob been our best hotel so far (Cooley named Mr Mac's Hotel) we had a little snooze and lunch then went out to try to see what Pattaya was like. First off we had to try and figure our the local 'cheap' baht buses which are basically a jeep van/car which has two bench seats in the back, they also double up as private taxi's so as we found out later if you talk to the driver and ask him to go somewhere or if he is ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool