Hotel Baraquda Pattaya
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at one point! It was certainly a nice way to celebrate. We visited the Nong Nooch Tropical gardens in Pattaya which was a lovely day, although after visiting the elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai it upset me to see the elephants in the show. The gardens were immaculate though and really well kept. Most of our time in Pattaya was spent catching up with family and friends before the wedding which was a great way to spend Christmas & New Year. Mark got to see the real ...
... After dinner, all the others were too tired to watch the show or do anything else. Bob and I went up to the observation lounge for a look, then I went to see the show and Bob went to play Blackjack. Tonight’s show turned out to be very good! The couple who was the acrobatic dancers started the show, followed by a juggler from Canada. The juggler was also kind of comedian. He did very well and was very entertaining. Good ending of the day!
... me laugh a lot.
Tony lent us his wife's (Pia) motorbike for the next three weeks and we wizzed all around Pattaya with Nick and Shelly. We first visited an elephant show at which the elephants paint, throw darts, play 10-pin bowling, ride bikes and all sorts of things that one would assume was impossible for an elephant to do. I'm not normally a fan of animal shows as I tend to feel sorry for the animals, but at that place they did seem to look after the animals very well. ...
... weather today was, as usual, within the 40’s (centigrade obviously) and it was the first time I felt any nostalgia for the feel of cool rain on my skin (especially as I had been slightly burnt - very British - on the beach the previous day). I soon pulled myself together and reminded myself of ex-pat clowns I have met in beautiful foreign climes bemoaning the “lack of seasons”. Utter ***** - after two days back into the stark reality of a British winter ...
... unusual juices, some water and Pringles. We then wandered up to the cinema to see what movies were showing, hoping for 'new years eve' which wasn't playing. We went upstairs to the next level which was the hotel reception area and changed over lifts to get to our room. When we got to the room we admired the amazing view of the bay and read about a different dinner option on new years eve which was 4,500baht, about $160. We decided this would be better and considered it. ...