Hillside Resort Pattaya
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So today we came down to Pattaya beach, the hotel is just across the road from the beach & they have a swimming pool too, I may have to get up early to use it to burn off all this food I am eating :) The beach itself is nice, they have an area set up with chairs and umbrellas so there is always a shaded section - trust me you need it in 40c+ heat ha! The water is ...
... bowl to take with me. I will take it to the hostel to eat. I cross over to the beach side and walk along the sidewalk through the trees. The palm trees are swaying a little in the breeze and the ocean is pulling back, it is low tide. The umbrellas have been let down and there are people raking the sand on the beach. The sand is nice on the beaches here. The night air is so peaceful. Then, I see a beach volleyball game going on. I sit on the curb with my ...
... to make people fall off by bouncing and swaying side-to-side (albeit unsuccessfully) as I had watched people do while lying on the beach the past few days. The main boat driver would, at times, drive directly towards the beach and then abruptly turn his boat, causing the banana boat to flip over and flinging us into the water. Even though I didn't cause anybody to fall off, the driver threw us off 3 or 4 times. I didn't realize how much work it would take to ride a ...
... I thanked them for volunteering their
information. My boss, a Thai man, joked that if he visited a lady,
after a farang had been with her, that he would be no good. I am
guessing he was referring to the volume of the Thai male operating
tool in reference to the access port of the female counterpart, after
having interaction with the farang device. It was a good laugh for
sure, coming from him.
We had one more stop in ...
... out of gutters and legged it off down the pavement. As it turned out the hotel was owned in part by a Nepalese guy and a Pakistani and they did room service. I ate there a couple of times and the food was actually top notch if a little expensive. It was nice to finally have food inside me again, proper food. To avoid more infections I stuck to foil-wrapped junk food which was nutritionally disastrous but much safer from the perspective of my damaged innards. There is only ...