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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
I was sad to be leaving my beloved Hong Kong. For the last two days I had been trying to talk Leyla into moving here but my attempts fell on deaf ears. However, all wasn't too bad as we were heading to Pattaya, Thailand, to visit our little chums Nick and Shelley whom we met on out travels in Hoi An, Vietnam.
We jumped on the shuttle bus to Hong Kong airport. Whilst on our journeys we have been to many airports but Hong Kong airport, like the rest of the country, was ...
The train journey was every bit as horrific as we had imagined. We drained the last of our Laos vodka, together with some unbranded sleeping tablets (or so we were told when buying from a confused, and exceptionally young, pharmacist), in the vain hope of finding peace. This worked to a degree, as at least when sleep did come it was deep, but I must have nodded off and woken up at least 40 times during the 12 hour journey. The bright ...
... very irritated, kept tapping his foot, trying to get the attention of one of the overworked Thai waitresses at that nice little restaurant. He kept looking around, apparently no longer enjoying his family or the food. He just wanted more of something that wasn't readily forthcoming. And when a waitress did appear, he was rude to her, short, demanding. And this wasn't the only time I saw such rudeness on the part of a foreigner to a Thai; in fact, ...
... day my feet are really hurting. I bought a new pair of shoes, two dresses, some ear rings, sun blocker and a new purse. Everything was quite cheap, but the air was partly bad and there were hardly any possiblities to rest on a chair.
Unfortunately I caught another cold due to some cold air conditioning :(
Well, tomorrow we have to present our first ideas of "our spa". We will see how this works out^^
Talk to you later
... another volunteer and run off with it. I managed to get the bag back off of him, but he kept raising the pin and pointing at the bag menacingly. I managed to get away, and after we had finished at the childrens home the Santhaew (a pick up truck with bench seats facing inwards) came to take us back home. I was telling the volunteers who had been in the class with the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking