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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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... we decided Jontiem was too busy for us already and that's without the hundreds on condos still to complete that would house thousands, it's a shame that it was not in Bang Saray the quiet place we liked.
We also looked at a show room for Sea Saran which we really liked the look of as well and we may well investigate thus further once they have their EIA approval which is mandatory for all condominium construction. We also looked at a ...
... I've been so and has no suit selling touts or massage pimps (good to have a break from them). Ended up in the local market, which it seems is mainly devoted to seafood, most of it live (see photo). Bought a skewer of what I think was deep fried balls of battered Tofu for 6 baht (12p - bargain) went back to the hostel and realised I'd got sunburnt (less clouds in this area on account of close proximity to the sea). Headed out with the guys from the hostel at ...
“I have a wife and two children”
“Where your ring den”
“None of your bloody business now will you bugger off”
I rolled the bike forward a little so he had to move then started the engine and rode off. The last thing I felt was him stroking my arm as I pulled away. Persistence just isn’t the word.
It was time to go and I had just the place. I was going for a bit of the island life on Koh ...
"Oh Thailand" is my all-encompassing phrase to talk about life here. I use it when something wonderful happens, when something terrible happens (aka getting ripped off), or, most often, when things that I find bizarre are totally normal to the people around me. This will be quite the random blog of things that have been going on in Chonburi lately-with several "oh Thailand" moments. Enjoy.
Two weeks ago, during Sports Day, one of my students came dancing up ...
Today marks two months of sweat, rice, and ponytails. That's right, I’ve officially been in the Land of Smiles for two months. To celebrate, I had gate duty so I was at school at 7 a.m. and now the rain is pouring down. Good thing I grabbed the umbrella on the way out even though it was gorgeous and sunnywhen I left.
It’s not all bad, gate duty is ...