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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... Jennifer saw it through and then watched Despicable Me 2.
Tuesday we went to Wat Arun after a lunch at Inn A Day. Can't help it ....the location is great and the food is even better and how nice it is to arrive at a restaurant and have 3 generations of the family happy to see you and grandma waving goodbye when we leave. After dinner at the restaurant at the end of our street Jennifer left for Chiang Mai. She is off for a few days by herself to do some of ...
... to get your order to you quickly.
I go in for a swim and, by the time I get back, my little coffee like table is filled with my food order. It is a good Thai meal. I wanted something with rice this time and this just fit the bill. You can order any type of food or drinks all day long, western or Thai. They keep a tally and you pay for the food and lounger when you leave at the end of the day. Yesterday I had a wonderful banana milk shake.
I check the ...
... br> Everywhere was full but eventually we found a room down a quiet side street lined with fancy bars, clubs and restaurants. After a quick turnaround in the room, we took a stroll down the street and within seconds I realised where I'd booked us....Jomtien's gay district! The bars and restaurants were now full of old western men accompanied with 1,2 or even 3 young thai boys, with the occasional sprinkling of ladyboys and ladyboy shows. It kinda made sense now when the ...
After an afternoon of fun in the park,
the bus left Bangkok and rolled us on to Pattaya. We stopped on a
road that had many Western amenities, including KFC and Starbucks. I
ate Thai food and the kids went for anything they could fit in their
mouths. The teachers seemed to like KFC. The lady that served me my
meal was either very poor at math, which I doubt, or was trying to
'farang' me, and jacked up the price to double. Maybe I surprised ...
... but within seconds of stepping off the bike someone came up to have a random conversation. Unfortunately there were no vacancies so I tried down the street and got a place even cheaper in less than 10 minutes. It’s not great and has virtually no internet signal but it’s cheap and beggars can’t be choosers. Tomorrow I will switch to a better place with internet, I need that to help me source a chain but at least it gives me time to think and do some ...