Mark-Land Hotel Pattaya Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... and her friend Pascal from Belgium that lives here already 15 years who joined her. We came to talk about music and we found we had a lot in common. He's 55, so same era :-), and he had a big nr 1 hit with Ibiza, Amnesia (new beat) in the 80's. So we had a lot of common interests and musicians that we worked with, the world is sooo small. In the evening we had dinner with Henk and Thea at Nicola's which ...
... 3 days). Fortunately through some furious negotiations by some Thai supporters of some of the farangs who had been assisting, those farangs who had been able to provide a passport to police were advised they would be let out immediately, and then return at a later date for the immigration check (the police will hold your passport). This was at 11:00pm (after returning from the court about 9pm), the farangs with the passports were then called out and released from the cells one at a ...
... They were incredibly generous and it was a pleasure to be in a home - after numerous hotels and restaurants, it was so comforting to be in a beautiful room, wash our own clothes and have access to a kitchen and Tetley tea!
The only thing we were uncomfortable with was the strip of girlie bars, where the expats hang out in Ban Chang - which was very seedy. The road is full of girls sitting outside often blacked out bars, which although clean, ...
... watched weird fish cleaning people’s feet and ultimately found and pet a baby lemur, though I lost the evidence. Very, very sad face about that.
Most of all in Pattaya, I walked. I walked around puddles of mysterious fluids, stepped over crippled beggars on the sidewalk, dodged freakshow like characters, hurried past desperate prostitutes. But as I walked past all of these different variations of humanity, one ...
... delight of tourists from around the world. On arrival we had to walk by one of the large elephant enclosures and were greeted by trumpetting pachederms directing us to the banana stall with their trunks. So we bought a bunch of bananas and had a bit of fun feeding some of the baby elephants as well as one or two huge males who wouldn't take no for an answer! As it was raining we decided to abandon the garden and wait ...