Mark-Land Hotel Pattaya Beach
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... At first I thought it was trash, but it was actually a mussel and oyster farm! They had ropes attached to all those bottles, and shellfish will attach to them. So they just pull up a bottle and fill a bucket - book, dinner is served. We had garlic fried softshell crab, breaded shrimp, shrimp salad, peppered crab, and of course rice. Allen's mom ordered a few plates ...
... airport tomorrow at 9 am as we were leaving for the Philippines. Than went to the food market for a bit of shopping, passed the bike rental shop to see their closing time which was 21:00, as we wanted to go into town before dropping it of. Than went to check if the paintings had been framed but nobody was there so we had to wait for their call. Went back up to get our stuff and went to the pool. Stayed there till 5, meanwhile we went to get our paintings. Than tried to facetime ...
... dancing clubs with lady-boys beckoning punters to their bar. This was truly Thailand at it's seedy worst. Keen for a little normality we left Walking Street behind and headed to another Thai food court we had previously identified. Still reeling for the previous night I opted for the safe option chicken fried rice. Poppy however buoyed by her food exploits so far opted for spicy catfish. To be fair the waitress did warn us and even showed us what we were ordering (it ...
... or other amusing objects.
Someone else ushered us into a nightclub, saying that it was playing house music and that there was no cover charge. Cool…let’s go take a look. We go up the escalators (escalators going to a club?...really???) and are about to enter when a Thai woman stops us and tells Jill she has to check her bag in one of the lockers outside. This was obviously unexpected, but we hand over the money (maybe $1 or $2) and Jill is rummaging ...
... which generally give me the creeps. I love the Buddhist designs, sculptures and images, much more than the gory and sometimes dark pieces found in churches.
Now our next stop down the coast is Pattaya and Jomtien. Fingers crossed the wind will be blowing.
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