Dusit D2 Baraquda Pattaya Hotel
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... their bars! I say girls very loosely as iv never seen so many lady boys haha!! We also found the Pattaya Soho district called Boyz Town, very funny to see the people going in & out of there! Lots of Russians & Chinese here as well, I didn't notice it as much in Bangkok.... Food wise I tried crickets today & they are surprisingly tasty :) fried fresh in ...
... umbrella shade, and I enjoy the walk anyway.
Today, though, I am just about half way there when I hear some american country music from somewhere. I follow the sound and it's four guys with guitars, harmonica and an accordion. They are not performing for money or on a stage. They are just standing around on the beach sidewalk picking and singing. I expect they do play together as a band, but are now just killing some time. They are all foreigners. I think maybe Americans. ...
... But, we carried on and got some Roti to chow down on... a well-deserved snack. Waiting for the Roti to be cooked took about 20 minutes because I ordered two, both of which were not prepared correctly as the chef switched ingredients up, but I couldn’t complain. I told him what I wanted in English and I’m sure he’s not a Rosetta Stone guy. It’s easy to get mixed up, but hey, today was totally mixed up, thus it was a fitting end to our long ...
After an afternoon of fun in the park,
the bus left Bangkok and rolled us on to Pattaya. We stopped on a
road that had many Western amenities, including KFC and Starbucks. I
ate Thai food and the kids went for anything they could fit in their
mouths. The teachers seemed to like KFC. The lady that served me my
meal was either very poor at math, which I doubt, or was trying to
'farang' me, and jacked up the price to double. Maybe I surprised ...
... little tlc should stretch a few extra miles out of it until I can get a new one. So this morning I headed out to pastures new. Well not new, exactly but pastures cheaper. Pattaya is a far better bet, it’s got better weather, better food and it’s half the price. Also people talk to you, ex-pats actually say "hello" here.
So I have no functional GPS and no maps, only a rough idea where I’m meant to be heading. Luckily, and by a lot more luck than ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet