Grand Jomtien Palace
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... rooms etc. we decided we didn't like this one so glad hubby talked me into waiting til we were in Thailand!
So that night I researched some other constructions and booked another appointment for 10am with Steve from Coastal Properties. Steve was great we dove us to look at various areas including Bang Saray, Ban Amphur and Jomtien which is lively Pattaya. We looked at a really nice place calked Savannah Sands and the place was so ...
Later back in Bangkok we decided to see Bangkok nightlife. We went to Khao San which is the backpackers area and is known for cheap drinks and party street. We had some drinks from buckets which is about $4 NZD. See why it is popular with the backpackers.
Anyway after a few to many we had Lebanese meal and got a taxi home.
Nightlife in Bangkok; TICK (off the to do list)
Last day of our trip to HK/Macau. We check out of Ibis North Point, bid good-bye to HK and retrace our steps back to HK International Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island by 11 am. The flight by Thai Airways to BKK is at 2 pm and we're left with 2+ hours to laze around the airport. Thambu gets busy with friends in the kids lounge (they have a fairly neat one to pass the time available).
We reached Suvarnabhumi (Land of Gold) International Airport in ...
... were eventually salvaged from our predicament when Shelley made contact with base camp and Stavros, a larger than life Cockney, together with his entertaining Thai wife Melissa, turned up in an old rented Honda and took us the short distance to "Luton Village" - the small compund of modern ex-pat houses which we will call home for the next few weeks.
Having brought a suitcase of English food with her, Shelley's mum - Davina - soon whipped up soon ...
... the following items; tasers, machete's, an assortment of knives from stilettos to Rambo and Crocodile Dundee imitations, CS gas, samurai swords, baseball bats, slim jim's, coshes, plain white face masks, balaclavas, an assortment of knuckle dusters with varying lengths of spikes and black leather gloves. The first thing I thought when I saw it was that if you put that same stall on Yarmouth seafront or Prince of Wales Road at 2am in the morning then the population ...