Hotel Vista Pattaya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... way one baby step at a time towards the light and air at the other end. We only lasted a few blocks and were spit out on to a bigger road that was still a zoo as despite fewer humans, trucks, motorbikes, more delivery carts and flaming hot food carts were added to the mix. Always scoping out the next refuge to let something go by. We walked down to the waterfront and along to the flower market. Hayley is a florist and I thought she would love it but either it was incredibly lame or ...
Nice sleep in till 5am (finally kicked the jet-lag) then on the bike for about a 15km local ride. Called into a temple, a golf driving range, a building site (OH&S nightmare) and just a whole lot of interesting local stuff in the back streets. It was straight into the spar when we got home and after some brekky we headed out with tour guide Dave to explore the local sights. Pattaya marina ...
... hours, one restroom/fuel stop, a bag of cheese Cheetos (20b) and a hot bus ride later and and we're in Pattaya. The bus stopped on the main highway, around 3km from the beach. A taxi would have cost 50baht so I decided to walk it. About halfway and I stopped in a cafe for a rest, a plate of fried rice and spicy sausage and a coke zero and to use their WIFI to see where the hell I was. Carried on to the beach and went to a couple of hotels to ...
... to get a massage (amazing), and the boys joined us to do a fish foot spa where you dunk your feet in a tank of water and small fish come up and suck the dead skin off your feat. It was awful and awesome at the same time, and definitely took some time to get used to.
Regardless, we still had a pretty fun trip, and even got some time at the beach. Pattaya was a good way to spend our last few days of freedom before classes start next week.