Prima Villa Hotel
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... more drunken Farangs. I get speaking to several people. The first was a Brit from Manchester. His name was Zach and he was 24. A gold worker who loved Australia even though he had never been there before – he was keen to visit next year. He was telling me he about some of his ‘conquests’ here and was quite proud and chuffed about it. He had to cut off our conversation for a dalliance he had organised ...
... happy and enthusiastic! They welcomed us and were so friendly, (despite the language barrier). Their favourite games seemed to be hula hooping and being pulled around in a little cart in the small outside space they had (which got very exhausting in the humidity!) It was scary seeing stray dogs walking through their play area though and I just wanted to take the kids away and give them a bath and somewhere to stay! It was a very humbling ...
... and cushions where all our food was presented to us. It was like a banquet! We ate until we physically couldn't eat anymore! After we'd finished eating the chef provides us with spices and curry paste to take home with us. It was a brilliant experience and I can't wait to go back again tomorrow for another lesson. Thank you, Anna! This afternoon we had a food comma for a couple of hours so were obviously incapable of moving far! ...
... due for release in February 2013, so it may be that we were there at the start of the career of the next Russell Watson. Who knows? The Italian food was moderate - Shelley’s Caesar salad contained precisely two pieces of chicken and my Diavola pizza was tepid (reminded me of an old school friend, Luke Warm - he said we would be friends forever but he went cold on me). Sadly, all of this came with a distinctly European price ...
Today Ryan and I got up in our Pattaya hotel and then went down to our last big Hilton breakfast buffet. I got 2 omelettes of course as I may not get them again! After breakfast we headed back to the room where we snoozed for a bit before we had to check out of the hotel. After checking out we started walking outside, thinking that the bus station was around the corner. The sidewalks that were about were quite bumpy so we ended up calling over a big tuk ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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