Romeo Palace Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... beautiful traditional Thai restaurant set amongst a beautiful green garden. For our last supper We had an absolute feast of Thai food; including spring rolls, sweet and sour, massa man curry and chicken with cashews. We had a great evening but headed to bed fairly early as we had to be up at 5am for the airport. James really spoilt us and we won't forget his generosity. It just a shame it took 10 years to get together again. And so we ...
... ourselves driving around on the ped one was called Le Beach and was very nice but all the high floor good view apartments were sold.
Just to give you an idea of price you can get a 24sqm studio for £16k and a 1 bedroom apartment for around £35k
We took a venture out on the bike to look around as we wanted to be sure we liked the area before considering buying a property and stopped in a side street bar we ordered food but ...
... Russian Go Go dancers in the windows for ages we eventually left and got a jeepney back to the hostel for another 10 bhat. When we got back to the hostel a French guy had turned up. His reason for travelling is to visit badminton schools in s/e Asia and either give lessons or pick up new skills depending on how good they are. Went to sleep and woke up an hour or so later after a Russian couple arrived, though didn't speak to them as I continued to get some ...
... up in the ice bar again where we met a Finnish man and ended up going back to the Rock bar for more drinks messy last night.
On our final day we were a bit tender and had a subway to cheer us up we then got a lift to the airport from Pauls mum, said our goodbyes and headed for the next part of our journey in Sydney!!
Pattaya was great, amazing food and nights out with great people!! loved it and i have a momento forever now in my tattoo!!
Monday was a lazy, lazy day spent in "Luton Town" attempting to make myself appear less transluscent than I do at present. As always I found that inactivity breeds lethargy and it again proved to be the case as I needed a couple of hour nap once the sun had made its usual departure at around 6:30. Once I had stirred from my slumber, we all headed for a delicious Thai dinner at the impressive karaoke/movie/pizza PK Bar before stopping off for a beer at the ...