Crown Pattaya Beach
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... the corner and see an un-caged tiger almost within touching distance (not that we did of course). For a small charge you could sit next to the tiger and have your photograph taken, we didn’t.
After the orchid garden we were treated to a ‘Cultural Show’ which consisted of traditional dancing and singing in traditional costumes. There was a display of drumming, some Thai kick boxing and then a ceremonial fight with swords which ...
... free!) As I write this its now exactly one week since I arrived in Bangkok. Thailand is generally awesome and bonkers! The hostel is staying in has 4 resident dogs, two of which are puppies and two of which are fully grown, though they are all handbag type dogs, very cute! They race up to the entrance gate barking when people walk past but as the floor is tiled they Scooby Doo it half the time, pretty funny. Went out to the beach with the two lads from the hostel and will be ...
We began our last full day in Bangkok by visiting Bangkok art and culture centre. The white, space-like looking building was filled with modern Thai graffiti art, different food stalls ranging from authentic Thai noodles to contemporary ice cream parlours, handmade jewellery and sit in mini libraries. After, we took the train to Nana, just one of the many red light districts ...
... had bargained for. Pattaya's red light district is one of the largest in Southeast Asia, and it essentially dominates the nightlife completely. Every bar we entered was not only a bar and restaurant but a brothel as well - at least they're efficient? I guess I will leave it at this - I have never used more hand sanitizer in one night in my entire life. Our second day in Pattaya turned out to be rainy, so Karen and I took advantage of this ...
... Shelley's mum and Pia firstly to view the eclectic range of items available at an auction which Pia was attending on Saturday morning and secondly to the large Tesco in the centre of Pattaya. Happily, we were only using the retail behemoth's car park as a base from which to take the short walk to another bustling, sweaty market, again targeting mostly tourists with cheap clothing, make up and jewellry. Again, the Thais' outlook on animal rights was evident ...