Royal Cliff Beach Terrace
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... several hundred people. Everything was cooked to order. Wow. Because of the weekend resort traffic it took us till five-thirty to get back downtown. On the way we went down one of the red light streets. A long,long street with bar after bar. The girls sitting outside each bar were wearing different costume. Many looked like dolls, and underage. A jaw dropping sight. And still daylight. Loads of tourist wandering along and many,many middle aged westerners. ...
... to stay. This is when we bumped into Anton from Finland with the best accent I have heard so far, to the point where nearly everything he said was funny! The three of us spent the next hour looking for something that was less than 500 baht, this proved hard! We did spot a place with a sign saying 200 baht for a room, so after a small scran we went to check it out. The owners were more interested in their phones and handed us a key to go and check out the room. ...
... do so. it was ridiculous, needless to say we only spent 3 nights there and decided to head back to Pattaya. In Bangkok we did a few things, we wanted to find a market and the lady at the laundry told us of one she thought we might like, it was called Asiatique, we decided to hed up there on our first night for an hour or so, we didnt bring the camera figuring its just another market, boy were we wrong, we arrived to an amazing array ...
... seafood and a decent place to live, he lives about 15K outside of Pattaya, we went for lunch in the Hilton, nice food (he showed me how things work in there)
He is off on a trip soon, going to follow the Silk road, I think it’s going through the ‘Stans’, he is having a leaving party tonight (I never got one, Anne just dropped me off, waited till I left, waved goodbye and then went off to work)
... it would be and I had to resort to a safe back up order of a spicy Thai salad...Today has been spent sorting the scooter (I also managed to missplace the keys) and enjoying a leisurely afternoon at Shelley's parents ex-pat friends, Jim and Margot, who have done rather well, judging by the long drive, huge bungalow, guest house, swimming pool and two fishing lakes which made up their five or so acre plot. Very nice...
Anyway, onto a walk through Luton Town and ...