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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... in such a busy industrial port.
We are not sure if it was our imagination but the pollution seemed to get thicker and thicker as we sailed out to sea and it seemed quite ghostly. We would be sailing along when suddenly out of the smog you would see the shapes of ships appear and then disappear with no sound at all. A bit like the Black Pearl with Captain Jack Sparrow. And so we bid a smoggy farewell to Pattaya and hope for blue skies and sun at our next ...
... 300 baht ($10), so we would go to the barge at the very end for that. They tossed us a dingy looking life vest and sent us packing down to the beach. Even at 9am, the water was easily warmer than the shower I took the night before. That still trips me out because when I think ocean, I think Pacific Ocean, freeeeezing! Packed onto a tiny boat like sardines, and no more than 30 minutes later, Pattaya city line faded into the horizon as vibrant blue water and islands came into ...
... on my thighs while deeply kneading my back with her thumbs.
It was painful, but good. And afterwards I felt great.
We caught the Baht Bus back to the hotel. Ross suggested we go to an Italian restaurant he knew for dinner so after showering and changing off we went.
The restaurant is in the most touristy area of Pattaya. The end of Beach street is an area called Walking Street. At night there is ...
... recharging the batteries. The facilities made us feel like royalty especially compared to the basic accomodation we'd had on a lot of the trip so far. We headed out into Pattaya for one evening but it was very seedy with go-go bar after go-go bar lining the main Walking Street drag. This area had more Thai lady boys than we have had hot dinners. It was funny and interesting to see but for no more than one evening. The "ladies" were especially ...
I stayed a week, did a dozen jumps (not so expensive = 36E a jump - but being on a backpacker's budget I had to set a limit somehow), then I headed South towards the islands near the Cambodian border.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking