Nirvana Boutique Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for the kitchen and checked out some small sofa's. When we met with Mr. Xu he had bought 2 bags of meatballs and when I explained him that downstairs they sold frozen ones, he bought another 2 bags. So funny ! We got back at 6 and had a relaxing evening. 8th After a nice day at the beach we had invited Carlos to come for a drink at our place and have a spaghetti. We had a nice drink and dinner and so on on the balcony where we enjoyed a pleasant breeze the whole evening. 9th ...
... to get out of the way as they do. They are by far the quickest way to get around as they weave in and out of the traffic with inches to spare. Now that's all well and good with a dinky Thai on the back , as to me with my long legs meant my knees were stuck out like a pair of elephants ears ! I had to squeeze them in tight on a couple of occasions as we just missed other vehicles, some from other direction to! After about 20 minutes, I thought ...
To celebrate five years with my babes Belle, it was a BBQ dinner on the beach. I've truly appreciate everything Belle provides and supports for our relationship to become stronger over the five years together. Its her smile and appreciation for even the little things in life that makes me soooo happy to be with my babes. Love you very much Belle... ...
... having heard me weeping). Next up neighbour Pia was involved, driving me and Shelley to the nearest medical clinic where I was slightly embarassingly ushered to the front of a large queue before having my wounds disinifected and three stitches put in the gash in my knee. I felt thoroughly sorry for myself once taken back but the silver lining to the cloud that had been the start of our last day in Thailand was that I was exempted from any cleaning taks on ...
... was a noodle soup street stall. The lady running the show made the best noodle soup in town, and she soon started to recognise our faces as we went there almost everyday for lunch. It was a nice easy walk there from our hotel too, and cost us less than ninety pence each!
During our stay in Pattaya we learnt some devastating news. One of my dear friends back in England had passed away while struggling to fight with leukaemia. We knew he had the ...