Hillside Resort Pattaya
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... Also, some carry trinket souvernirs or even dvd's for sale. They are not intrusive. If you want what they carry you just nod or lift a hand. No need to get up, they will bring it to you while you relax in your lounger.
I have been at the beach since mid-morning. Once I secured my beach chair (30 baht for the day-$1.00), I headed for the water. The waves are coming in nicely and the water is warm. I ride the waves and taste the salty ocean. Just beyond the buoys that ...
... probably one of the most characteristic and fun places to eat. It was cheap yet so down-to-earth.
After we left, we took a short tour of the main Pattaya beach drag and also visited the Pattaya hard rock hotel, which was full of Thai people that spoke amazing English (as if they had come straight from the U.S. or the U.K.) and were loving talking with Becky, who was tring to buy or trade some Hard Rock pins. It's a cool hobby, I guess, especially because ...
... was mum and Trevor's bedroom and un suite, that had a praying room too, a bedroom with two single beds, and a bedroom with one double bed and an un suite that also had a door onto the hall. Me and Lilly decided to share the single beds room. We walked up the road and got a hot pot. We sat in a little wooden hut. It was owned by a family so there were children serving our food and drinks. It was my first hot pot and we didn't really know what ...
... br> There also was instant coffee available for five baht.
Back on the bus with the broken back
window, and down the pavement to the Marine Reserve Natural History
Center. This place had boardwalks that went way out into the harbor
to observe marine wildlife. There was also a coastal mountain trail
that was like a walking field guide for trees and shrubs. There were
several buildings with interpretative exhibits, and at the top ...
... i’m not too fond of. He said Pattaya is "reject city". All the girls are damaged goods, they’ve got kids they can’t support, husbands who ran off and families that don’t want them. Girls here have no earning power, they make less than £100 a month in honest jobs and obviously can’t live on that, even more so when they have to send money home to support their children. The guys are damaged too, mostly they’re fed up ...