Romeo Palace Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the Headliners show which we have already seen twice this cruise. We had a drink in the Crows nest then went and got changed back into shorts and took a bottle of red up onto deck 14, found as dark a place as we could and had an hour star watching with the big binoculars, it's around 29C with a nice breeze and it was a relaxing 90 minutes or so before going back to the cabin and bed! Nite, ...
... type drink, I was very happy to find something to replace the Chang shandy I'd been making.
After a wonderful lie-in, the six of us headed out to Jomtien Beach, supposedly the nicest beach in the area, but is best described as a tropical Skeggy. The men took the plunge and waded out into the sea, they all came back bleeding from cutting themselves on the rocks. We cleaned their grazes up and put plasters on them and lay back for some sunbathing, little did ...
... add a little oily taste to the entire thing, and he was right, you only need to use a little. It was quite tasty and when they left they gave me about half of the fish they didn't eat. A couple of miles from the beach is a Wat I wanted to see. It is Wat Khao Phrabat. It is built on a hill overlooking all of Pattaya. It's not a large temple like some of the others I have seen, but it is known for housing a replica of what is supposedly Buddha's footprint, established over ...
... of non-surgical, and surgical, procedures, for leading me down this one way path to shallow physical improvement…
We returned to Luton Town Village on Saturday evening for a barbeque on Shelley’s parents’ veranda which ended up being attended by most of the curious residents of this small community. A Thai barbeque is a slightly more involved process than the UK affair of under cooked sausages and burgers and involved hot coals being placed ...
... bucket of water with a metal bowl floating in it. I had to go so used it, expecting toilets in poor conditions anyway. I did my best not to touch anything but the walls and saw a hole in the floor where you metal was torn and you could see the road running beneath. There was no running tap but there was a water bottle so I used that to wash my hands. We were in Pattaya at this time and Ryan and I watched the streets getting busier around us. We discussed the houses we saw ...