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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
We arrived at the rather luxurious marina, near Pattaya, after a lovely calm crossing, only to be met by a little rain storm. We were all loaded onto various buses depending on where we were off to and headed into the centre of town. After being dropped a couple of streets away from walking street, we unloaded our bags and, as it was now pouring …
... the difference in ambience from where our hotel is. Just a few streets over and one left turn, we enter party town. There are so many people out and the energy from the crowd was amazing. As I walked down Walking Street, I hear music playing across all the bars and then I come across a large circle watching breakdancers perform.
My time there was amazing and I am so glad I was "convinced" to go out. :)
Next stop, Cambodia!
... got his car. All the way to the villa me and Lilly were taking, it was so good to finally catch up and talk in person. Our taxi driver got a bit lost and it took a bit longer to get there. We met the Thai man and woman that help out with the villa whilst the owners are away. She got in the taxi and showed our taxi driver the way. We pulled up outside our villa and got all of our bags and went through the big sliding gate, past our hire car and ...
... br> was boarding a large Navy fighting ship. I was denied access because
I was a foreigner and did not have the correct paper work, even
though I had the correct paper work. Oh well! I instead had a beer
with some Isaan people I met while I waited for the crew to return. I
did a good job at hiding any consumption form the eyes and noses of
students. Of course I am a shining example of upright citizenness and
high moral standing.
... about going forwards is you never know what you’re going to find. He may even be loaded on a ferry for all I know. I know I’ll never lose touch with Marcin even if I wanted to. He’s got too much to say to ever lose touch with someone who listens to him and buys him beer.
So well done to the real friends I have. The others, friends and family were never worth worrying about in any case, I guess. What’s annoying is it took me far too long to realise who was ...