Jasmine Hotel Pattaya
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... be in Ko Chang and have a real beach holiday and I recommend anyone thinking of doing this side of the bay of Thailand to bypass Pattaya and go further east.
I am finishing this up in Bangkok and after posting a few pictures will get this out. I am going to take a bit of time and compile a list of things that would have made our trip a lot smoother if we had known them and a final wrap up so till then bye for now.
... They are very helpful and informative about visas and things pertaining to getting around and seeing here. One night one of the wives came, but it is mostly the men that sit around talking. It is not an official meeting of the group. That is held once a month. This is just a group of them that get together to eat or drink and talk.
They all speak english, but with their individual accents. I meet expats from Finland, Hawaii, Texas, NYC, Ireland, and of course ...
... hell out of American Laundromats as far as I know. I’ve never been in one though so I really wouldn’t have a clue, but $2 for a ton of laundry to be cleaned AND ironed is insane. If only I could find a place like that in the U.S.!
We dropped our laundry off and we dropped ourselves off at Jomtien beach right after. The water was cool but very bearable, the beach was narrow and most of it was covered by umbrellas because Thais ...
... nation and seeing the terrible state of infrastructure, health and education in Cambodia whilst being confronted with a constant parade of luxury vehicles. Something is wrong with this picture. What did I see in Thailand in terms of luxury vehicles? Well, similar to Brisbane, Australia where I guess I saw in the order of 15-20 a day on my commute to the city and back. They were mainly low level BMWs and Mercedes. I saw perhaps two ...
... that a law intended to stop scooters shouldn’t apply to full size machines but we got nowhere so it obviously wasn’t just a single officer being difficult, it was the law.
So we turned off onto the secondary roads but that was a three lane carriageway and in better condition than we’d seen in weeks of riding so we were still very happy boys. The road went on and the scenery got more familiar and once we finally went into Pattaya town ...