Hotel Vista Pattaya
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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
We start the day with a ride down the BKK Highway to Sriracha Tiger Zoo. We purchase the rather pricey tickets ; TB 450 per person for foreign nationals, TB 60~100 for Thai nationals. This system is prevalent in India as well, wonder why. But we would realize that the tickets were definitely worth it, despite the disparity.
The Tigers in …
... so we walked back to the main road and hopped on a baht bus. Pattaya's main road is a one-way system loop around the whole town, on which baht buses operate; they allow you to hop on and off at any point for a fixed fee and so are an ideal way to get around. We jumped off the baht bus at the top of Pattaya after passing a vast array of restaurants: German, English, Indian, Russian, every taste seemed to be catered for other than Thai. We eventually found a quiet Thai ...
... from the ground and was showing her off with a horrible smug grin on his face! There was no way we could last the 4 days we had planned. We had to get out immediately! We headed to a travel shop and asked for a nice place to go. The lady in the shop told us Ko Chang was very nice so we booked our tickets for 8am the next morning! We had one night in Pattaya and agreed that rather than moan about the perviness of the place of scoff at the beef and potatoes with our noses ...
... and a few drinks and chat to some of these phalangs…. So I chat with a some guys, Germans, English, Belgium, there’s all nationalities here and generally they are nice guys, here on holiday and what they do is their business but they are mainly all retired and probably looking for a Thai bride! But generally all good but of course I did chat to some very sleazy and strange guys too, one in particular from Sheffield, but I suppose this is the ideal place for them…. ...
... and back. This is a way of life for those that live there that would take some getting used to!
The month and a half flew by before Danielle arrived and I was really looking forward to seeing a familiar face and being able to do some sightseeing. I was feeling like a bit of a degenerate in this beautiful country just lounging around every day and going to bars every night. But just a bit! Next stop back to Bangkok!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility