Jasmine Hotel Pattaya
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... all of us riding on elephants at the same time, however it was nice to get off the poor thing after half an hours walking. Then when we get off they go round again, which makes me sad, however it is the Thai people's livelihood after all.
We then got the chance to get picked up by the elephant where we hold onto its tusks and it whisks you up with its trunk and holds you for about 5 seconds, it's so much fun!!
... traveler here you know? Everybody else is Russian! The beach gradually filled up as it got hotter. Time for sun lotion! One of the disadvantages of traveling alone is that its really hard to get lotion every where! I thought about asking a very attractive Russian girl if she would give me a hand , then I saw her rather large boy friend emerging from the sea towards us. So I now have replaced my rash with patches of sunburn! Talking of the Russians, I spent ...
... Even if they don't understand they laugh or point me in a direction. I feel proud knowing that I took the time to learn thai phrases to communicate, and I know that it is much appreciated. 3. Scenery. Everywhere is beautiful. Well, maybe not Bangkok, it's just dirty. But every new city we travel to is gorgeous. Whether its the lush mountains, or clear blue water, or bridges that cross streams. It's just so different than Orange County... I love it. ...
... it cool here but we all know I have got Bieber fever!!) Wednesday and Thursday was singing songs and dancing/games with students. The first group were aged about 12-15 and we had planned to sing nursery rhymes as didn't realise they were quite a bit older. We will have to do some re-thinking as 'row row row your boat' didn't go down too well! Thursday's group were younger and they loved it. I always seem to take on the role of the ...
... of Siracha. From there, a 45 minute ferry ride navigates you through the maze of barges and cargo ships which are busily transferring their loads in the calm waters off the coast, to a small island. Small enough to walk everywhere, but with one significant snag: hills. Even so, we set out first on foot from the untidy-looking pier where the boat had moored, pausing for a noodle-lunch in the village as we walked to the foot of the first point of interest: the Chinese ...