Skaw Beach Hotel
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... watching! I play a game with myself to see whether or not they're men or women! Some make it so obvious that they are men, forgetting to shave their top lip or pluck their eyebrows... I mean if your trying to pull it off go all out! Spotted to prostitutes stood outside a pharmacy store playing with their hair and fluttering the eyelashes, nobody approached them though so no juicy gossip there. Spotted a man that was in the same bar as us last night, best to leave it as that I ...
... caused when we did the sea walking as your ears etc get alot, i mean alot of pressure) Anyways i got some nasal drops to help and said goodbye to the dentist for the last time lol. So after this we still had a little bit of leftover shopping to do, so we went and had brekky and while Will went back to room I went on an adventure (shoppinggggggg) after 3 hours of walking miles i got back to the room and started packing, now we are all packed and ready so I'm writing ...
... have up to 12c tanks behind the cab, but it does take a bit of time to fill them up
The Tuk Tuks are still the loud smelly manic driven things
The Baht buses are still diesel and still as cheap as ever, and you can still jump on and off, when you like
Things have changed in Pattaya since I was last here, there are more high rise hotels, they look like tower blocks, it looks like the Russians have moved in big time, the road signs are in Russian, the shops ...
... who do not have passports and are therefore unable to return to their native land.
Our second stop was a walk of around 500 metres down the road - the Pattaya Orphanage, Father Ray's first project. We were greeted by a cheerful and slightly odd young chap with a bowl haircut of shiny black hair, and a garish pink t-shirt, who would act as our guide for the morning. We had taken a range of gifts - mainly colouring in books, plastecine, and other ...
... alike wandering the street, seeing
everything that is going on as if it were the most normal thing
of life...And to see the girls try there best to mask there shame,
hopelessness and sorrow. As I was walking and praying there the other night with a friend who has not long arrived here in Pattaya, I couldn't disagree with her when she just stared in complete disbelief and uttered in a voice just audible above the crowds "...this is hell. This is what hell ...