Nova Platinum Hotel Pattaya
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived at Don Mueang the old Bangkok airport 4 and a half hours later, got the free shuttle bus to Suvarnabhumi airport where we got the bus to Pattaya. As our usual bus was full and we would have had to wait for almost 2 hours we took another company slightly more expensive but that would take us to the bus station in Pattaya and from there to our apartment by mini van. We arrived at the apartment at half 8. Got unpacked at brought our clothes to the ...
... up, although I don't know why. I somehow managed to fall asleep in a bar on Soi 7 with Am nowhere to be found... So woke up at 3 am, found a bar and ordered pizza which a moped taxi went and got. Woke in the morning needing Cookies and some sort of English breakfast which I'll go along to Steve's at his premiership bar down Soi Diane, that's also where Davey boy is staying so ill try catching up with ...
... woman is completely magnified in a city that purely provides sex, sea (dirty sea) and seediness. The transformation of Pattaya into the prostitution province began after the Vietnam war when sex on tap became a requirement for servicemen from the states. I'm guessing that after the war finished and the soldiers all left, someone must have thought "we're on to something here". Realising that westerners were attracted to bright lights and such taboos, this lifestyle became ...
... his English has really improved, life must be good for him, gone is the slim athletic bloke we first met
Oh, one thing hasn’t changed, the suit makers are still trying to sell suits, but have moved onto leather jackets and shoes now (I guess that’s because all the Russians like the ‘macho’ looks of a leather jacket)
... impressive in their own right and probably the stuff of wet dreams for geologists). After walking through the stone exhibits and attractively kept gardens, we reached the first large crocodile pit, which boasted some huge beasts in and around a dingy looking pool. I paid 80 Baht (about £1.80) for a large wooden rod, already primed with half a raw chicken which I dangled into the murky pool below. I was expecting a ferocious fight for the meat but as it was ...