Royal Cliff Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... in such a busy industrial port.
We are not sure if it was our imagination but the pollution seemed to get thicker and thicker as we sailed out to sea and it seemed quite ghostly. We would be sailing along when suddenly out of the smog you would see the shapes of ships appear and then disappear with no sound at all. A bit like the Black Pearl with Captain Jack Sparrow. And so we bid a smoggy farewell to Pattaya and hope for blue skies and sun at our next ...
I went down to Walking St last night for a beer after I had eaten chicken and rice in an Arabic cafe come coffee house , got a few looks as i entered ,food was nice though. Walking St is very different at night. As the name infers it is closed to traffic after 18.00. Just as well as it is heaving with all nationalities .However it is noticeable how many Chinese and Russians there are here . Unfortunately the later seem to be very rude at times especially to the Locals. Perhaps ...
... before we all felt ill !! Richard managed to burn his back, ouch!
The first night out, we were scared. Baz took us under his wing, and before we knew it we were in a go-go bar! Haha had to experience it and we were all drunk, the 'walking street' was just full of them!!!
The bars were full of Thai women (men?) on the prowl! If there is a row of bars all the girls stand out front trying to get you to come in! Screaming 'welcome' at us. They ...
... already gone back to his hotel. It was quite good but a lot more expensive in comparison than our previous lunches.
Being in Thailand - a Thai massage was on the cards. When it was suggested I did inquire as to how legitimate a massage we were talking. But Ross assured me it was all above board. We caught a Baht Bus up the main road - the Baht Buses have taken over from the traditional tuk tuks for local transport (there ...
... we left for our travels but held out hope that he would win his fight and be there when we arrived home. Unfortunately this wasn't to be. We were shell shocked at the news and very upset. It felt very strange being away traveling at this particular moment and made us feel almost alienated from it all. We shared some tears for him and his family and tried our best to make the most of Pattaya.
On our last evening Lucy really wanted to go to boys town, as ...