Jomtien Thani Hotel
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... beach. We had to join in the fun too. I admit I was too busy taking photos and in hind site I should have dropped the camera and par took in the action. We only had a couple hours here on the island on this day. We knew we were coming back here the following day and were just scoping things out. We saw a place where you can shoot guns, hire jet skis and motor scooters. We just relaxed on our beach chairs (100 baht each) and smoked shisha. Then we took the boat back to the mainland. ...
... this time we tried "la baguette", a real nice place direction Pattaya. I had a huge almond croissant which was twice as big as usual with a latte and Andrea a brioche, a cappuccino and we got some "pistolets". The quality of the products was wonderful but after I had my croissant I suddenly started to feel bad. After we went back I started to have a headache and I stayed in the apartment for the rest of the day, resting and reading. At the end of the day it got slowly better ...
... returning to Bangkok. It was pretty much a little man made town of ladyboys.. Some of these guys? were REALLY convincing I honestly thought they were girls. They put on a show for us with music and dirty dancing. I was a bit concerned for the 5 year old children going around, but I guess they will be open minded when they grow up! We walked around, got some food and got one of those fish massages for your feet which felt very strange.
I am still in Pattaya, haven't really done too much, been on the beach, eating shrimps and mussels, crabs, fresh fruit, the sellers come wandering around, it’s all fresh cooked or they cook it in front of you
Met up with people I have met from the Thaivisa forums (nice people, plenty of help and information on what to see and all within walking distance)
There aren’t any big temples here, they are all small little things, but they all ...
... the market in Central Pattaya on the "Baht Bus" - an adapted covered pick up on which one can travel for nearly an hour for 60 pence. I am not a huge fan of a market, especially when I have nothing in mind to purchase. As usual, along with the numerous counterfeit t-shirts, watches and cheap women's clothes was a variety of cruelly cramped animals, including tiny rabbits in a dress, a hedgehog, dogs and a turtle. We made it back for a couple of hours in the sun - which ...