Hotel Vista Pattaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the third is essentially a sex slave. Women control finances in the traditional Thai family and property is handed down to the oldest female in the family. There is a shortage of marriageable men in Thailand and men seem to have many fewer economic opportunities. Tom stated that he did not find the women attractive and expressed confusion. I saw many attractive women but also saw a lot of silicon enhancements, young girls that should be in school and a giant ...
The water is warm and so very clear as I swim around. I don't see any place to rent snorkeling gear, though. I think that is on one of the other beaches. It's relaxing and quiet, compared to the beaches on the city side of Pattaya and Jomtien. At least it is until about 1 in the afternoon. Chartered boats begin to arrive with loads of Russians. Russians are known for being loud and demanding.
The beach loungers here are not like they are on ...
A few days later we decided to visit Ko Samet, a little island about 50 miles out of Pattaya. It took us about 1 hour and a half to reach Phe, from where we jumped on a ferry to the island (£2 return each). We stayed in some little huts which looked quite romantic from the outside but were scabby, grubby rooms inside. Shelly and I skillfully attemptrd to negotiate a discount and made a saving of 0%. The guy was a stone faced negotiator and would not budge from the £12 per ...
... the incomparable frenzy that is traffic in Hanoi…
Once we reached the central train station we were told that we needed to catch the underground and then sky train to Victory Monument, where we could pick up an onward bus to Pattaya. This was a simple enough process and by 10am we were heading southbound out of Bangkok towards Pattaya in a minibus, together with a few Thais and two grey haired westerners with their ...
... tuk-tuk, and, on directions from a kind expatriate who lived nearby, I started walking up one of the side streets looking for the Shakespeare Hotel. I passed so many street vendors and stores, all selling tourist stuff at tourist prices, but didn't see the Shakespeare Hotel anywhere. So I kept on walking, around a corner, around another corner, heading back towards the beach. I asked another woman if she knew where the hotel was, and she ...