Grand Sole Pattaya Beach Hotel
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... as if massage parlors and bars are still the main business. They attract mainly male clients from all over Europe and Australia. It is disgusting to see so many old men with girls who could be their granddaughters. Another major business are tattoo saloons. The majority of foreign tourists -women too- are heavily tattooed. Sadly we saw ...
... at our place and we had bought lots of goodies to eat. We gave Brigitte the two paintings that we bought of the Dalai Lama and Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar and she loved them. We stayed the morning at the pool while Brigitte and Andrea had a kind of make over with big eyelashes and make up done by our favorite katoy Nathalie. In the afternoon we went for a drive on the bike to show them around in Jomtien and we went to have a coffee with cake. In the evening we ...
... khom loy, and light the candle underneath it. They hold it until the candle generates enough hot air to lift the lantern from their hands. Then, they release it over the water, in this case the Gulf of Thailand.
The heat causes the lantern to rise in the night sky and flies far away over the ocean, as the person releasing it watches. A far flying lantern means good things to come. Soon the sky, under the full moon, is full of these flying, burning ...
... from the ground and was showing her off with a horrible smug grin on his face! There was no way we could last the 4 days we had planned. We had to get out immediately! We headed to a travel shop and asked for a nice place to go. The lady in the shop told us Ko Chang was very nice so we booked our tickets for 8am the next morning! We had one night in Pattaya and agreed that rather than moan about the perviness of the place of scoff at the beef and potatoes with our noses ...
... nearly blasting off the roof in the process and probably costing the poor singer her job in future (she had the usual issue with pronunciation of "r's" and "l's" making most songs referencing love a bit tricky...
On Thursday we ventured out on a day trip to Koh Larn - a bargain at 30 Baht (about 60 pence) each way for the 40ish minute crossing. Unfortunately the wind had whipped the sea into a bit of a violent frenzy and our resident cruise ...