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... know what to expect, except we will be staying for at least 3 days at a place called the Gecko palace, or something like it. My backpack is full to overflowing and my new drybag has become my handbag of choice (everyone has one). Fortunately we are on boats and busses for a while still, so our bulging luggage doesn’t matter, but it looks like we have a flight coming up in a few weeks for Bali, in which case, everything has to shrink back to 7kg, quite a ...
... chatty but our opinions changed fairly rapidly when he tried to pinch Barry's iPhone from the back of the car when we were getting out and then had the cheek to ask for a tip!! This is Thailand!
The room and manager were lovely
People watching, between the weird and wonderful Russians on the beach to the ladyboys!
The look of fear on Barry's face every time we left our room and walked past the gay bars
The beach was a ...
... people of all different cultures together. We left the hard rock and ambled along the sidewalk butting up to the main Pattaya beach, upon which all kinds of different types of foreigners sat and lounged. There were Thais playing drums and a string instrument in a small amphitheater, lots of traffic behind us, and even house-boats littering the seascape. We hitched a ride back to Jomtien on a song tau and hung out on the beach in front of our hotel for the rest of ...
... being waiters, but now I do.
At the center, I met a VJ superstar
named Strawberry. I don't know who she was, because I am not very
familiar with current Thai pop music culture. But she was cute, and
the students were making a big fuss over her. My boss bought my lunch
at we had some guy talk. The bus drivers informed us that they knew
where to go to get a massage and everything else for two hours for
thirteen hundred ...
... you pay for and in this case it’s absolutely true. The hotel was clean but basic. To avoid wear and tear on the mattress they bought ones made from concrete and left them shrink-wrapped in plastic. Nothing on earth was going to stop me sleeping though.
Unfortunately the area was rubbish, there was nothing there except a 7-11. It was rubbish in every sense, I don’t know if the floods were responsible but the place was crawling in rats. 5 times outside rats ...