D Varee Jomtien Beach, Pattaya
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last posting from Bangkok international airport. koh Samui airport is brilliant! All airports should be like it. So relaxed, organised, clean and best of all all outside........the short flight on Bangkok Airways (50 mins) was good, they even managed to squeeze in a meal! Definitely recommend travelling with them if you are ...
... time we knew them. Because Mem held a very high profile job with the Thai government in Bangkok, she was very busy and was unfortunately unable to spend much time with us. Still, she had arranged a hotel for us to stay at in Bangkok on our first night there. I was most grateful just to put my head down on the pillow after our flight from Saigon in south Vietnam. I don't recall the actual name of the hotel we first stayed at but it was comfy with hot shower ...
Thailand, Pattaya, 09-03-2009.
I`m unsure whether to walk over to the Lek Hotel on Second Road for their 120 Baht buffet breakfast or maybe take a local breakfast, Khao Tom Phui which is a bowl of rice soup with all sorts of nice and tasty titbits added like fresh veggies, bits of fried fish right out of the ocean, mushy peanuts the Thai way, add a bit of Kaeng Phet - Thai Red Curry - to spike your palate, an expresso ...
... place for shopping among souvenirs, clothing, and other items that we would not know that we needed until after we had seen the merchandise. Instead we were taken to a Gem Factory that had a large shop of the various products that it produced and sold. It was located in a neighborhood whose rundown appearance did not invite walking about the area. Here we were given over an hour to buy the various products that the gem factory made. After an hour of waiting of which ...
... over there. A bit too commercial, similarly as in Pattaya. The sea was ok though. The last stop on our trip was Chanthaburi, located further to the east. This slightly boring city has an interesting gem market though. During our visit there was also a big fair with lots of attractions and, of course, food. City serves well as a base point for trips to surrounding national parks. What a pity we did not have more ...