Silver Sand Villa
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I order eggs with bacon and toast. I have been ordering the cereal most days. This will be my last breakfast at this hostel. Today I check out and move further down the beach. I don't want to change, but was only able to get a room here for one week. I only got that because someone cancelled and I had been trying to get booked here. The owner mailed me and offered me one week. I took it. Now, my time is up. This has been a fun place. I met the expat group and ...
... it took some physical labor to try to climb back on in the middle of the water with no ground under our feet!
After we finished with the ride, the rest of the day was mostly spent sitting on the beach and soaking up sun. We got a meal from a "proprietor" (I’ll take it easy on him) roaming the beach and I got shrimp, egg rolls, and some crab (all fried). After a long day on the beach, we walked along the road that hugged up against the beach in ...
... so they had turned all of the lights on outside. There was so many different colours. Usually I don't like that cuz it looks tacky but this didn't look tacky. There was two tanks with two small turtles in one and one big one in the other. To the left was a pond where they had massive coi fish that were so pretty. The pond went under the wooden seating area. Then there was the big pool and trees and bushes all around it. Up the massive stair ...
Rice soup for breakfast, and seventy
students, trying to charge seventy cell phones, with only three
electrical outlets, was the name of the morning game. Things started
looking up this day, as I was given access to the VIP bathroom. This
meant that I didn't have to share it with any students, it had a
mirror for shaving, and the water pressure on the toilet hose was
powerful enough to blast barnacles from the hull of a navy ...
... i’m not too fond of. He said Pattaya is "reject city". All the girls are damaged goods, they’ve got kids they can’t support, husbands who ran off and families that don’t want them. Girls here have no earning power, they make less than £100 a month in honest jobs and obviously can’t live on that, even more so when they have to send money home to support their children. The guys are damaged too, mostly they’re fed up ...