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... Our time in Pattaya
Once you have got over the initial shock that everybody you see and look at has an ulterior motive and the ridiculous amounts of older Western men walking around with beautiful Thai women (maybe we are being too presumptuous, it could be true love?) you can have a great night. It might be the most morally wrong city in the world but if you can look past that, although we understand that many probably can't, it is a great place to come and ...
... 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 ...
... I don’t think I had washed any clothing prior to today so my bag of dirty laundry was stuffed to the gills. We all travelled to a local Laundromat a few streets down from our hotel tucked into an alcove just off the road. I think Jenika asked out hotel’s front desk about the best place to get laundry cleaned and they immediately pointed us to this place: $2 for 2 pounds of clothing to be washed, dried and ironed. This place ...
... care centre and the job centre. There are some truely amazing people living around here and attending the school, they have had such hard lifes and people with disabilities are not looked after well here in Thailand. I learnt that on there first day of school, they are to clean the school despite their disabilities. The adults at the school all have a physical disability, most of which have been from car accidents which is so very sad. They are so grateful and so ...
... been left a message by a guy in the hotel. We called it up and the guy was a fellow biker from the UK who had moved to Pattaya 6 years ago. We arranged to head out to eat and meet him later at the hotel.
I guess the omelette had whetted my appetite and I fancied something distinctly western. We found a kebab shop run by an actual Turk so we gave it a try. I had falafel and Marcin had something with meat in it. It was spicy but far and away the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking