Hotel Vista Pattaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... others, not so much. Also while in town we decided to go see a Cabernet show one night. Some people did take pictures during the show, but since they made the announcement not to I just couldn't bring myself to do it. The show was good and the costumes were amazing. I'm glad we did this also. And of course we pretty much got a foot massage every evening because why not!!! So from here we are heading back up to Bangkok for two nights before our flight to Bali. It should be ...
... is better. 25th After breakfast and a hot and sweaty fitness session we went to the pool where we stayed. Richard and Marianne were there as well and another couple Andre and Jeanette. We had a good laugh together and in the evening the asked us to join them to visit "the glass house" a nice place 15 km further up on the coast. Slightly more expensive but so nice to sit there and enjoy some good food and drinks ...
Seeking respite from the clutches of Siem Reap's 'pub street' we hastily booked our way out of Cambodia, back to the comfort and familiarity of Thailand; where our travels began. I recalled Pattaya as a recommended destination from a friend and so with our bags packed we jumped on a mini bus, awaiting the next adventure. After a sweaty, yet all too familiar journey we arrived at Pattaya, a resort frequented ...
... of language - I think he spoke two words all the time from when I found him until he dropped me at the hotel 90 minutes later - those words: "thisa way".
So got to the hotel about 9:30 PM local time (midnight Adelaide). Been a long day, so just checked in and went up to my room - top floor and second most furthest from the lift.
Even though it was 9pm, ...
After two of the most enjoyable months of my life, my time as a volunteer is over. However, my last couple of days were great. On Tuesday, we took food from our native countries to the blind school for the students to try. I took Cadbury's Dairy Milk and Salt and Vinegar Kettle Chips from England, three Chinese volunteers took Moon Cakes, One Swedish volunteer took a smoked salmon delicacy, two ...