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... umbrellas by the sea and just sat there for about two hours. We were again being pestered by all the locals trying to sell us everything from food to paintings. It was not relaxing and I didn't feel comfortable enough to put my bag down or even just sit in my bikini. We just sat there and perfected our skills on saying no before deciding to leave and go back to the room.
We hailed another taxi for 100baht going back to Walking Street and went back to the room to ...
... s head with Thai whiskey and Fanta poured over it. Yummo
... soup with prawns and mushrooms which tasted really nice. I was a bit jealous as Ryan's food always tastes better than mine :p. I decided maybe I should order the same things as him from now on. We went back to the hotel and ended up laying by the pool for a while. We were able to use free Internet on my phone while in the reception and pool area. We got a coke and pina colada which were both about the same price. Ryan had a swim in the pool but it ...
... I didn't rate) everyone stood up before the film for the national anthem and a patriotic video was played. The Monarchy must never be discussed in a negative light, and even when discussed, should not be done in public. The other evening a few of us were talking about the popularity of the King in the reception, and were told by one of the Thai women that we were OK to discuss it there but shouldn't have such conversations in public spaces. ...
Taking the bus from Pattaya bus station to Jomtien, we drove along the main beach road. It was early afternoon and both Ron and I were struck by the age of most of the tourists we saw; well into their 50's and those were the 'young' ones. Don't get me wrong, there were some younger ones around too but it just seemed that grey guys were everywhere! This was THE place for single men to come and enjoy themselves though, and ...