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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
We had planned for a stint at the water park today then home but with the time being what it was and Charlotte needing to get some marking done, we went for home by mini bus as the best option. The plan was that the mini bus would be a quicker journey than the official bus but it wasn't to be. Ironically we ended up taking longer than the bus we’d gotten down here. Still we go there in the end and once home…….well I think you’ve got the pattern so ...
... I took a picture of her, though. Take a look at her picture and tell me if you would argue with her about paying 15 cents to use her restroom. Night has settled in by the time I start walking back. I have walked more than 3 miles of the beach. The smells from the food carts remind me it is time to eat. I see all types of seafood, including fish cooked whole with eyes still in tact. I eventually find some Pad Thai and the guy puts it in a plastic bag and includes ...
... that the girls had apparently made a comeback of Lazarus style proportions, tension erupted in the form of a slurry slanging match. I was the main protagonist and deservedly woke up alone in bed, with Shelley having opted for the third bedroom. I was unsure of the extent of the damage when I woke with a start, no doubt still a little drunk, and decided to start trying to dig my way out of the hole I had jumped into headfirst the night before. I started by ...
... Town! We visited a cabaret show first that had swimming pools behind the stage with all the boys doing little swimming routines, followed by a big fat transvestite belting out some Abba hits. It was hilarious, far more entertaining than Tiffany's and he was surprisingly talented. We did our best to have a fun evening and found that boys town is far more fun than all the girlie bars put together.
If your planning a visit to Pattaya and don't want or need ...
Pattaya isn't mentioned in any of my lonely planet guidebooks; dismissed as a place that backpackers really wouldn't be interested in. Two hours north of little Ko Samet, you find yourself immersed in to the centre of a concrete jungle. World's away from any traditional culture; here a different ritual exists of skyscrapers, sex. sleaze and scandal.
We walked down a tiny street (called a soi) which had no name, only a number but it reminded me a little bit of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking