Holiday Inn Pattaya
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... on the threshold of their bar or shop. The lady who appears to be crouching is actually praying and burning incense. I have found a place in the back streets where a lot of the locals go to eat , you pick what you want and it,s taken and prepared for you. Now have you every wondered ,whilst buying your chicken fillets in Tescos , where the rest of it is? They have huge chicken farms here and most of the "white" meat etc goes to holland where it's processed in huge ...
... fun, I want to do it again. The only downside was that it was pretty short, I wanted to stay up their longer. Boy oh boy, that's one memory I'll never forget. I guess in Thailand you just gotta go with it. ****this boat tour included a photographer to take picture during our trip, so we didn't bother taking many pictures since we were getting a free cd send to our hotel. However, the 4 of us spaced out and forgot to pick up the cd in the morning....so we don't have any pictures now. ...
... day in one room and go outside into the grounds at times. There are probably 15 children in the room - a few toys and music playing (I've noticed it seems to be the same song on repeat). I've only ever seen one teacher in the room at the time, and most of time we are there, the room has no adults at all. I was warned that I will leave feeling frustrated at not being able to change things - as volunteers we don't have much of a ...
... the night away with Thai whisky in a seafood restaurant that had a band that played in English, Thai and Russian, and fresh seafood swimming around in tanks on the back wall. In the morning we swum and sunbathed off our hangovers on an underwhelming beach before deciding to head off to pastures new. It was amazing for Tat to see Mam again and for Andy to finally get to meet her but it was time to leave - we were Pattaya’d ...
Pattaya isn't mentioned in any of my lonely planet guidebooks; dismissed as a place that backpackers really wouldn't be interested in. Two hours north of little Ko Samet, you find yourself immersed in to the centre of a concrete jungle. World's away from any traditional culture; here a different ritual exists of skyscrapers, sex. sleaze and scandal.
We walked down a tiny street (called a soi) which had no name, only a number but it reminded me a little bit of ...