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TravelPod Member ReviewsNautical Inn Pattaya
The food is delicious. Room is a little bit old. But i like stay at this hotel.
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... to abandon after a few days. We could easily get to both India and Thailand but chose the latter as we knew we would have a great time. As we were on a 2 week holiday and already felt that we had wasted the first few days in Sri Lanka we only had a limited time in the land of smiles. We didn't want to jump on another flight and head down to the Phuket so we hedged our bets and ended up in Pattaya. We had heard about its reputation before arriving but then the ...
... I just hung around the beach and didn't do any tourist things other than swim and sun and explore the city.
There is a Wat just around the corner from my hostel. I think I will stop in and see it before leaving the area.
The next day I check out of my hostel and catch a baht bus into Pattaya from Jomtien Beach. I will be leaving this town today and I want to spend a little time with some of the expat friends I have met here.
I've met several ...
... towel, while the Japanese guy ate about five bites. He had previously challenged me to eat as much as possible faster than him but he wimped out almost instantly. Everyone else had opted out of making the salad, and I totally understood why.
The class was fun and wasn’t something that I had ever done before, though it was a little weird because most of the English-speakers were either medical professionals or vegetarians. Most of their conversations were ...
... I will meet a Russian who can smile; a Frenchman without an unfounded superiority complex; a Brit who is not moaning (myself included) and a Vietnamese who is not trying to take my money…(I shudder to think what they about me!)
4. Photographs - it is nearly impossible to take a photograph of any world heritage site without such picture featuring a Japanese tourist also taking a picture of the same thing. These people ...
... not grow here, so if you find an imported wine it is usually very expensive. Beer is cheaper, everywhere, I think, but I don't like beer. At the table next to mine there was a large Russian family eating their dinner. They ordered so many dishes, plates and plates of food, enough to serve a small village; I didn't expect them to eat everything. But they did. Along with their dinner they ordered several glasses of beer; after consuming those, the ...