Citin Loft Pattaya
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to add water and weight then sold to us. The offal and trimmings wings feet etc end up on Thai plates. The bones and any other bits are ground up as chicken mince. You can have hours of fun identifying the meats in this photo some are obvious but every one is some form of "meat" or "fish"! Just as I'm about to upload this we seem to be due a big thunder storm, they can be quite impressive and there is that big tropical some way off to the East that may come this way... how exciting ...
Well, my trip is just about halfway over. Keli and I both feel like we have been here for a month! I've seen a lot, experienced more than I imagined, and learned so much along the way. Some things I loved, some things I hated. Let me explain: Hates: 1. Napkins. They don't ever give them to you and they are few and far between. Drives me bonkers. I can't tell u how much soup I've spattered and chicken grease I've had on my fingers. 2. Toilets. I'm over these ...
... so can only do our absolute best with the children and hope that we can make a difference to their day (or even lives). In the past volunteers have complained but this has resulted in arguements and the staff at the school for the blind not wanting volunteers at all. So we are told its best to keep quiet and focus on the good that we can do. I am most upset about the lack of stimulation/sensory toys for the children. The walls are ...
... Home of numerous ex-pats, fat Germans, girly bars and sex shows.
We manage somehow, to walk with our incredibly heavy rucksacks to the Skytrain, and took it to Ekamai, and the Eastern Bus Terminal. It was not even 10am and the heat made even walking a challenge. But, is something we have to get used to! At the bus station we bought our tickets for Pattaya, costing 113B (around 2.40) and clambered aboard the comfy and ...
... with all of the flourescent flashing lights beaming above you as they fight to occupy the same tight, crammed space. There was one huge difference between this place of hell and Hong Kong though; the billboards here didn't advertise manicure's and beauty treatments targeted at their women audiences, but a different sort of indulgence aimed solely at men!
Hardly surprising then that the first hotel we arrived at down his street was run by a totally convincing lady boy ...