Green Park Resort
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We were sold a luxurious private mini bus at Bangkok bus station for a deal, at just 126 baht (less than £2.50). What we travelled in was far from it! Sweaty and cramped were more my kind of thoughts. After two hours with snoring ladyboys, and smelly feet, we were quite glad to disembark the 'luxury' bus. We got dropped off along the main beach front, and having asked many people where our hotel was, with no luck, we did eventually stumble across it. We stayed at the Moonlight ...
... fields when big mouth Mr Nosey asked him did he remember it. I nearly cried when he explained that they had killed his parents, he had been alone and on the run from a very small age and he even hinted that he killed for food. It was really emotional and amazing to hear how he had turned his life around. He was really passionate about learning and had won many awards for his work. We went to bed feeling quite inspired! We woke up early and forced down a rotten ...
... decked out in fairy lights and xmas trees omg i was speechless, now i was so annoyed we didnt bring camera so before we even started we decided we would return another time with the camera, so now some shopping, this market is alot more high end than most but still rather cheap, they also had a massive ferris wheel like the london eye, however because Will is not too fond of heights and we didnt have camera we decided we would go on it ...
... have up to 12c tanks behind the cab, but it does take a bit of time to fill them up
The Tuk Tuks are still the loud smelly manic driven things
The Baht buses are still diesel and still as cheap as ever, and you can still jump on and off, when you like
Things have changed in Pattaya since I was last here, there are more high rise hotels, they look like tower blocks, it looks like the Russians have moved in big time, the road signs are in Russian, the shops ...
... even if they were fighting a battle in plate spinning).
The third stop was a 15 minute car drive away - to the Children's Village near Siam Lake. This was a really impressive set up. It had been set up as a small village, with a number of pleasant modern houses, like a new build estate set in walled grounds. Each house had a "mother" (a paid member of staff) and an auntie (an assistant) and housed between five and eight children, normally of ...