Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel & Resort
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... which is practiced by around 95% of the population. 4.6% are muslims.
Despite European pressure, Thailand is the only Southeast Asian nation to never have been colonised. This has been ascribed to the long succession of able rulers in the past four centuries who exploited the rivalry and tension between French Indochina and ...
... in other parts, but I would not say that it is dirty, you move with the waves but not as strong as elsewhere in Asia where you risk your life to get away just a little from the shoreline.Yesterday morning I hired a moto-cross bycycle at 4 euro per day and then I roam along the coast to the pedestrian part of Jomtien, the southern part of Pattaya, who is quieter and at evening there are huge pickup parked along the beach shooting music ...
... locked up for many days like some of the farang over stay people in there. No water or food is provided, you need someone on the outside to bring you that – and they are generally allowed to hand it through to you. On Friday about 18 farangs were detained
(Australians, Americans, Italians, Iran, Israel, India, Swiss -holiday makers and long stayers) and 10 thai’s for drink driving and other offences. If you don’t have your passport – it’s more ...
... Our hotel was in fact an old style English pub with large guest rooms above. It was full of horse shoe brasses, plates and green leather seats. Our room even had glass cabinets full of ornaments. It did sell cider, fish & chips and stew though!
We'd come to Pattaya to visit Craig's friend Andy (known to us as Chinny) and his girlfriend Nuttty (her name is actually Nongnutch but we use Nutty for ...
... a lot of damage to my knees and feet crawling across the broken glass and filth of the floor to the strains of Bad Romance by Lady Gaga. The blood on my knees and feet indicated it was time to call a halt to what had been a phenomenal evening...
Saturday predictably was a steady day of shared moaning and suffering. I had come out of the night before in worst condition and declined a visit to the Tesco market in favour of sport and self pity on the sofa...