Crown Pattaya Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Yacht club.
We also went to the public beach, it's totally different! Even though there are many Europeans too, Thais are there to sell food, sunglasses or massages. It's pleasant to eat local food on the beach laying under a parasol. We ate grilled calamari, coconut, quail eggs, steamed peanuts, spring rolls, fried shrimps, grilled fish, sun dried fish... We can rent a deckchair for 50 baht a day, so €1.50.
... there 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 ...
... too keen on fishing, company. Gent wasn't looking forward to it all that much as he wasn't a huge fishing fan, but was open minded none the less. We set sail. We were going for about an hour or so leaving the lit up strip of Pattaya behind us when we eventually anchored up and the rods started getting prepared. Now I consider myself a reasonably experienced fisherman. I've fished in lakes, rivers and the sea all quite a few times. I can set up rods no hassle, know theory and technique ...
... 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 ...
Before I came to Cambodia I always complained about what the things that I think is not good enough, like the taste of the dinner, the softness of my bed etc. Later I come to Cambodia, I experienced the harsh environment here for those kids who live here, who seems very satisfied with what they've got. Like, I can’t even imagine me taking classes in a room without technology or ...