Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... in and the next day at 1pm they arrived for their swim and I had great fun playing in the pool, somewhat exhausting though these kids have lots of energy!!
We were then invited to Noi's birthday party in the street the next night and here we meet many expats that had great tips and we learnt a lot, we met Tony and Noi, Gordon we loved Gordon, and Angus was a great guy too.
One night we thought we would check our the #1 ...
Fairly uneventfully 2 hour journey down to Pattaya apart from it started to rain about half way and I had to make a dash from the tuk tuk I got from bus station, in to the hotel, nearly falling A over T as i slipped on the lobby's tiled flooring! I thought I,d been a bit clever and booked some of my accommodation via the internet. The idea being to find cheap places near to the areas I wanted . I picked the Marina Inn as it was cheap for Pattaya had a pool and was not to close to ...
... a long week at work having to readjust again ! And I was just plain old beat. Still the plan was to go out tonight and out we did! Yes it was quite a seedy spot were in. The famous Beach street. Hookers, lady boys and all manner of beings. I even had my penus grabbed and was told that by the lady I question hat she wanted to shag me. Later we ended up in a bar on the people watch again but it was just too much for me! It was time for ...
... by walking than she did by driving.
I was informed by one of my students that another student’s parents make hula hoops filled with water. These are all the rage in Thailand because, well, hula hoops are fun. The ones filled with water are heavier so they are harder to use, but also give you more of a work out. I asked the girl if they could make one for me, and they did. So now I have adopted the Thai style of exercise-hula hooping while watching ...
... need reminders, as one kindergartener did this morning. He stood in front of me, clearly a little intimidated, while his mom stood off to the side waiting to walk him to class. The Thai teacher said to him (in Thai), “What do you say to a non-Thai teacher?” Barely above a whisper he said, “Hello,” and ran off.
Last night I went to the movies with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDynasty Inn Pattaya
Decent hotel but staff is a little loud! large rooms, big tv
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