Crown Pattaya Beach
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... s at the end of the evening. 22nd Today it was Sunday, joepi, so we went for a nice breakfast at "La Baguette", the croissant was huge and real miammi, Andrea had a brioche and a cappuccino and I had a latte. Than we felt we should go and do some sports so we tortured ourselves for a couple of hours :-) , we bought some fruit for lunch and went down to the pool where it was windy and slightly hazy so not so warm which was good. We chilled for the rest of the ...
... The group being released is then detained further in an office while the head of police decides how to handle the processing, you then have your passport photocopied (main page and visa page), you were given the copy and asked to return to the police station the following week to meet immigration, and collect you phone, passport and motorbike at that time (assuming no immigration violations). Only
then, after the 18 hour ordeal are you free to leave. NO “tourist ...
... of the world, over
run with big fat dirty Farrang men! We did have some good Italian food thought
and had a good night out but it is just not the place for us. Also the beach is
tiny and dirty with deck chairs crammed on it in rows and it bloody ****** it
down the whole time we were there.
Time to get
the **** out of dodge and head for Koh Chang.
... me where their ‘outies’ were residing within their tiny, tight pants. As with the previous lady boy show, despite the fact that the songs were bring mimed, it was surprisingly entertaining, and we were again required to participate, joining all of the lady boys on the dance floor for a freestyle dance to the Bee Gees. It was an unforgettable life experience to be surrounded by enchanting, exotic beauties who were once men. I guess it is ...
... First we figured out how to pronounce it so that we could get directions. You say the word slowly and drawn out: "Seee-Laah-Chaa".
We ended up taking two local buses to the Bangkok bus station. Each time we get on a bus we would usually point to where we wanted to go on our map and ask the ticket taker if this was the right bus. She (It was always a woman) would either say yes or tell us with broken English and hand gestures what number to get on ...