The Camelot Hotel Pattaya

373/17 Moo 10 Pratamnak Road, Pattaya, 20260, Thailand | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 373/17 Moo 10 Pratamnak Road, Pattaya, is near Sanctuary of Truth (Prasat Sut Ja-Tum), Gem Factory Shop, Museum and Tour, Pattaya Water Park, and Seafari Dive Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Pattaya

    Palm Garden and Soi 6

    A travel blog entry by budabbottblog on Feb 21, 2014

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    ... is an abundance of case work, sociological surveys and academic analysis indicating that many of the women do not want to be rescued. Some 80% are from the North East part of Thailand, the poorest part of Thailand. More than 50% have a child and impoverished parent to support. Some are part of families that have generationally worked in the sex industry. Thailand has a long tradition of men with multiple wives. The first wife is selected by the parents, the second one ...

    Ko Kradan & Ko Mook

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Feb 18, 2013

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    ... guys. Trang TV comes out to film it. This is a big deal, I think Alan is in part of the taping.

    Kradan’s Sunrise beach looked out across the water at Ko Mook’s Had Farang Beach, also known as Charlie’s Beach because Charlie’s Resort dominates most of it. We took the short 30 minute ride in a long boat over to Ko Mook for a few days. More clear water, sun and sand, beaches and playing in the water. There are more food ...

    Holla city of squala!

    A travel blog entry by philandley on May 31, 2012

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    ... computers to use, free WiFi, a sleeping area with sun lounger style beds in case you have to wait long for your flight. Leyla thought that I was a complete loser to be banging on about how good the airport was but to me it was representative of the country. Everything top quality and often free.

    It was an absolute mission getting to Pattaya, but two buses, a plane, a tram, two trains, a taxi and 8 hours later we were there. Shelly's parents have a second home in Huai Yai, ...

    Troubles in paradise...

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on May 24, 2012

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    ... mangy, wild dogs as company on any beach, and the sea was also dirty enough for Blackpool et al to look down on its cleanliness. In stark contrast to Blackpool however, the sea water was bath water warm and I had to smile at the man such a life has made me become that I can pass judgment on the sea - it probably stems from the fact that my biggest challenge everyday is deciding when, and what, to eat. On our return to the village, I had an interesting question of ...

    Day 31 - journeying to Pattaya

    A travel blog entry by malinda.egg on Dec 29, 2011

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    ... the best pizza I have had not made at home. We both saved our mushroom bits and ate the others. The others were almost as good, but mushroom was definitely the best. We both walked out quite full but feeling good. We wandered back towards the hotel.  When we got to the hotel we asked about a universal adaptor for our room. They said they would send one up. We got to our room and they called us saying to come downstairs... Going back and forth a few times we ended up ...