Splendid Resort at Jomtien
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Splendid Resort at Jomtien Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... seemed to drag and drag as we waited for the text from Ez to say they had arrived and were on their way from the airport. Finally we got the message – they were here!! We excitedly walked up to meet them in their hotel lobby, and you can probably guess how it all went from there! A few tears, lots of hugs, and SO much to catch up on!
The next 2 nights consisted of lots of beer and cocktails, talking, laughing, drunken shena****ns and lots of fun. ...
... the way back, and sat and had some street food before heading for bed. It was late now, and we were up early so we attempted to pack a little tipsy, only meaning we had to pack again the next day. This morning we woke up later than planned, quickly packed and went for breakfast. It took a while to work out how we were going to get the the airport but we did it, we always get there in the end! I can see the plane Is arriving, so I better get a move on! Next stop..Krabi Gem ...
... and the other was staying for 3 months. I had the same phone, face paint and middle name as the girl staying three months. Bri had the same dance moves and shoes and the other girl. In fact they actually switched shoes and we had to meet up with them the next day. All in all it was an unexpected great Halloween. Our final night was spent at our favourite restaurant. It is owned and operated by the most adorable family. They were having a birthday party for one of the ...
... the words. I back tracked and got to Ekamai where I
boarded a bus to Pattaya. I chatted with some old Aussies who were on
vacation and touring the area. The touts at the bus station were
trying to fix me up with the ticket sales lady. It didn't work On my way to go see Song Kran
in Pattaya, Lamai, my ex called, and told me she was in Pattaya. It
wasn't an easy decision but ...
In The House of the Dead (a semi-autobiographical novel about his time imprisoned in Siberia), Dostoevsky suggests that the constraints of a compulsory life are difficult for the educated man to bear. I would agree with this, as I imagine would many who wear white collars to work and are required to be present during specified hours each week. My life here is anything but compulsory, but it has lacked a certain structure, which is also slightly unsettling, ...