Hotel Baraquda Pattaya
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... per trip advisor it was an Italian called Le Tavern, well we had to laugh we were seated near the open kitchen and there was a large party of about 10-15 people and someone sent back a pizza as it had an ingredient they had not asked for on it, we watched 3 or 4 waitresses not change the pizza but dig their fingers in and take it all out laughing and joking whilst they massacred this poor blokes pizza, we then watched them take it back out to ...
Fairly uneventfully 2 hour journey down to Pattaya apart from it started to rain about half way and I had to make a dash from the tuk tuk I got from bus station, in to the hotel, nearly falling A over T as i slipped on the lobby's tiled flooring! I thought I,d been a bit clever and booked some of my accommodation via the internet. The idea being to find cheap places near to the areas I wanted . I picked the Marina Inn as it was cheap for Pattaya had a pool and was not to close to ...
... things, and I absolutely dread when I see one. It's even doubly worse because there is never toilet paper. And the floors are always super wet. So I have to remember to carry some around and weigh if its worth using one of those holes in the ground. Ick. 3. Mosquitos. I didn't say ants, or spiders, or cockroaches, or bees. Those damn biting Mosquitos always get me when I least expect it. I'm a walking can of bug spray and I'm still bit. Probably ...
... song-tow on the way back so I could have another little cry! I think I found it especially hard because of previous experience of working with children with disabilities and knowing how easily the lives of the children here could be changed with a few simple toys, sensory walls, activities etc. But grrr, I can't say too much as I will only get frustrated. We are all pleased that they appear to be clean, well fed and have a place ...
... included obviously) and, as you can imagine, all the other men were alone! The toilets were hilarious too. The men's had a queue rather than the ladies, the ladies was a cramped, broom cupboard type affair with paint hanging off the walls, while the men's was spotless, with modern decor and a little camp guy who turned the tap on, put soap in your hands, then dried them with a lovely soft hand towel! All for a donation of course. We abused the bar for their cheap ...