LK Royal Suite
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... worse leaving without saying anything.
We took the 6pm ferry back to the main land. Made it just in time since this was the final ferry to leave the island for the day. Anyone left after that must spend the night.
One more stroll down Walking Street and 3 hours later arrived at the bus terminal departing Pattaya for Bangkok. Only 120 baht and well worth it even though it must have been -10 degrees celcius with the Air Con cranked up. I made it home by 11:30pm and went to ...
... city are not great, It lacks parks and culture but worst of all is full of Ugly Western older men with Thai girls less than half their age hanging of their arm. Ashlee has learn't about Ladyboys throughout our trip (and had previously encountered one in Fiji as her hair braider) so we were playing a little game - spot the Ladyboy! We didn't want to stay out to late with the red lights cranking up and us both being tired so returned to hotel and watched a movie in ...
... do so. it was ridiculous, needless to say we only spent 3 nights there and decided to head back to Pattaya. In Bangkok we did a few things, we wanted to find a market and the lady at the laundry told us of one she thought we might like, it was called Asiatique, we decided to hed up there on our first night for an hour or so, we didnt bring the camera figuring its just another market, boy were we wrong, we arrived to an amazing array ...
... 2 flights, how sad, all this way to miss out on the final part just because UKtoOZ (Karen) have been so slow with any updates and so inflexible
Their policy seems to be ’We did it this way last year, so we are doing it this way this year and if you don’t like it, you lump it’
Even this policy has been extended to hostels and camp sites, no matter that they have changed, they may have changed hands, got closed or the campsite just isn’t there any ...
... of some of nature's great beasts were all a slight anti-climax but it was still probably the most enjoyable attraction to date.
As it was Buddha Day yesterday - a bank holiday - we struggled to find anyway open for dinner so settled for a very much non-English speaking local establishment at which we ordered by pointing at various raw ingredients before having a predictably disappointing mish-mash of a meal before heading home at the end of another top notch day...