Jomtien Garden Hotel & Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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... Fried Kitten outlet. And a hotel-prepared packed breakfast appeared: juice, a boiled egg and a small frankfurter sausage sandwich. And coffee. We dozed. We took the periferique and circled Bangkok, arriving at the flower market at eight. We wandered around for half an hour looking at flower arrangements, then went on to the Royal Palace. It was early and not mega crowded. Acres of exotic buildings and temples etc, and the throne room. Then more hordes of chinese appeared so ...
... Vietnam war. It has since, some fifty years later, evolved into a sex capital for Thailand, with its famous <i>Walking Street</i> being analogous to the <i>Red Light District </i>of Amsterdam. <i>Walking Street</i> is a huge tourist attraction, particularly for Russians, as evidenced by the signage everywhere in Russian. We spent a couple of hours one evening taking in ...
... rain. When it rains it Thailand it really rains, the heavens just open, raindrops the size of vodka shots seem to fill the air and the streets get pretty flooded almost instantly. Lighting was striking constantly and it was getting closer and closer. There was a moment when a particular bolt struck and it was incredible. It must have struck within half a mile max and I have never seen or heard anything like it. The bolt was gargantuan and the sound was quite literally ...
... the only thing we managed - except sleeping, resting and eating - was going to the market to get some fresh produce for a great Thai meal, cooked by masterchef Ann.
On Sunday we wanted to leave at 8 in the morning to drive to the Cambodian border. However, a bottle of Whisky which needed to be emptied by the Australian part of the family postponed our start a bit and we left at 9.30, with a pretty green Craig on the backseat. ...
Our time here in Pattaya has gone by so fast - it is hard to believe we are moving on already!
This last week has been crazy-busy, trying to cram our every moment with all the things needed to be done before we said our farewells.
Any spare time Samuel may have had has been fully occupied this last week or two with painting, making shelves and toy cabinets - and much of that time spent navigating the city in search of the ...