Sunshine Vista Serviced Apartment
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... my uncle had to buy one. It's a little messy, full of stalls with copies and originals, you can buy a copy of any famous phones if you ask or a real one, new of second hand. At the first look I thought their were cheaters, I didn't know if they sell real ones or not, but they are honest and tell you exactly what they sell!
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... to Mariette's humor. We left around midnight after a real nice evening and I felt great again. 19th Breakfast, sports and pool. Andrea got a massage from Simon. In the evening we went to Pattaya for a Japanese restaurant and went to see "Taken 3" at the cinema. 20th After breakfast we went to see where we could get the paintings we bought in Bali framed. We found a shop not far from us that would do it in a couple of days. We than went to Index, a big shop on the Sukumvit ...
... food, clothes, para-sailing trips and the like. Take a leisurely stroll along the strip and you're bombarded cat-calls of "lovely-jubbly, come buy a suit. Bearing in mind I was wearing a vest and shorts in 30* heat, these offers were easily resisted. While we walked down Beach Road it became apparent that Pattaya is to the Russians what Benidorm is to the English. We were already used to seeing shop and street signs in Thai and English, but in Pattaya these were joined ...
... and I couldn’t condemn them for their choice of work, in fact I found out quite a lot, they sort of work in shifts, some are married, some even have children, some are one parent families, just remember there is no welfare state for them to fall back on, education isn’t free, they don’t get given a council house or any benefits, they are on their own
Those that do the daytime shift have the evening girls look after the kids, they take them to ...
... for us having no licence with us; equals 600 Baht (12 pounds). We opted for a defence of partial honesty (1) our licences our back at home and (2) we have no money. Remarkably our officer's younger contemporary intervened and we were released free from charge. Counting our blessings we headed round the corner for a delicious and cheap meal before heading for home...
Our earlier fortune in escaping the cops (f**k da police) was seemigly missplaced as coinciding ...