Pattya Centre Hotel
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... were speed boats dragging inflatables loaded with half a dozen kids around the south end of the beach. Plus water skiers. The middle and northern end were hardly crowded at all. We chilled, swam and read for a while and then drank from chilled coconuts. Tops sliced off, straws in and then lovely juice, and flesh to nibble. There were a few shops, a bar and coffee bar or two, and covered tables and benches big enough for eight people, which we didn't use. A ...
... have been in that particular sector today. Tide out, mossies about. A Moslem area here, lots of headscarves. Broke our fast towards eight, paid up, and were down on the beach with our gear for nine. Loaded,left and met the ferry, thirteen of us. Trans-shipped and sped off. We stayed inside but changed seats a couple of times to find a window hadn't been rendered opaque by the waves. There were people on deck and at the bow but there was a lot of ...
... got something on the line, I striked as hard as I could (because when you just have your arm and a bottle you cant exactly get the leverage you can with a rod) and started to reel in as fast as I could using nothing but my hands in a awkward wrapping motion. Inevitably it wasnt nearly fast enough, I was reeling in for a good minute using the best technique I could with nothing but this sodding bottle. I was slowy wrapping more and more fingers into the reel and firmly tying them ...
... had quite a charm, and there was plenty options for food. We found a lovely food court called food wave that had a variety of food and had tables on a balcony overlooking the whole pattaya beach front, lovely! On closer inspection though you could see a que of prozzies on the strip. We actually didn't go out for a drink once during our stay here, every bar was literally full of the prozzies and every bar ...
... from. When I replied, "China." They greeted me in Mandarin and laughed at my surprised expression. I learned to say simple phrases like saying “hello” and “thank you” in Khmer, which made the Cambodian people laugh and they went easy on us when we were bargaining. Visiting Cambodia was such an amazing experience, and I managed to learn so much in just a few days.
- Abbie ...