J. A. Villa
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23rd So after 8 hours we got here, glad to be able to take our shower and get settled. We didn't even feel like going out to eat something so Andrea bought some eggs and bread downstairs and made us a big omelet. We watched some tv and fell asleep. 24th After breakfast we had to start taking care of our visa extension so we walked up to immigration. We got the documents we had to fill in and made the photocopies and ...
... for some pool action.
The next day it's another early meeting to Hemaraj Eastern Seaboard. They are located in Rayong, Thailand and are a large free trade zone area that houses large car manufacturers such as; Ford, Mazda, Toyota and Suzuki. As we arrive, we are greeted by one of the sales reps and she quickly brings us to a meeting room for a presentation. During the presentation we learn more about what makes their industrial park so unique and ...
... asked us, if we like to do parasailing which costs 500 baht per person. For me, parasailing here is half priced cheaper when compared to Boracay in Philippines. For nobody dares in the group for parasailing, so we decided not to do it. We didn't want them to wait for us.
A speed boat transported us from Pattaya beach to Coral beach for 20 minutes. The white beach was full and crowded with tourists. The group headed to a local restaurant which ...
... which anyone who knows how much of a boob man I am could guess kept me entertained for a good hour. One of them had a pretty good rack too which is quite rare for Thai's. Anyway, I digress, back to the story.
After a while in this bar we were both a little drunk and started arguing about something stupid I can't remember. May ordered the bill and when it arrived she shoved the bill toward me and said;
"Pay the bill already".
"You pay ...
... had to squeeze in though, we still don’t know how we fit with the rucksacks with the other nine people who included locals.
We arrived at our hotel, the Hard Rock Hotel, about ten minutes later and were so pleased with ourselves upon check-in. We had booked the cheapest double room (city view) in an online special offer (which only ended up being about €5 each more than a hostel room) and upon showing our All Access Hard ...