La Cafe Royale
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... different to Tesco at home. All meat like pork, chicken is piled up loose for you to chose, lots of octopus, shrimp and fish and unusual friut and veg. Got back with all the shopping on the back of an open truck, me and Paul sat on the back, Rog up ...
... up by a driver from the hotel - I had to meet him at gate #3. Sounds good, but the plane was a bit late, baggage and customs was very slow and when I did find gate 3 it was miles away from the International exit. So I was late, but there in amongst a large group of people with signs I finally saw my name and waved to him.
Let me say that English was not his ...
- 0 - sŏon
- 1 - nèung
- 2 - sŏrng
- 3 - săhm
- 4 - sèe
- 5 - hâh
- 6 - hòk
- 7 - jèt
- 8 - Ъàat
- 9 - gôw
- 10 - sìp
... many food stands , but for the price i think that's not reasonable. Because they sold view from roof top to beach not the food. Fortunately, when we had lunch, we saw a culture carnival, especially in Buddhism. We saw cars entourage which took some buddhist clergy which of bring of their uniquely knick knacks..
After that, we continue our trip, in pedestrian area, and saw many of uniquely things...
... point that prostitution is still illegal here. I am not quite sure how this all works but it seems to. We even saw western families with young kids wandering around amidst it all. THis is a very strange town.
We visited a Go Go bar (well we had to really) and yes, there were drinks purchased (all in the spirit of cultural experience naturally). As with any sales based industry, there was a certain amount of the hard sell tactics (pun unintended), but managing ...