The Bayview Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the area around where the bus will drop us and there are plenty of sights, sounds and food in and around that area. We will only have about 4 hours in Saigon with the rest of the time spent travelling to and from the city.
Tonight was another formal night – shared a table with two Carrolls from the UK and Norma and Heather from Bunbury in WA. Jim was the token male at the table. Another good evening of company and discussion.
... where you could buy 100 baht of bananas and feed them to the elephant, so I did, see pictures... Then walked back, bought a 1ltr bottle of water for 13 baht and a Tom Yum Pek flavour pot noodle for 10 baht, which by the way far better than any pot noodle you've ever had in your life I swear, then got some sleep. When I got up I sat around in the hostel for a bit then the ladies looking after the place invited me to have food with them, which I happily obliged, it was ...
... a streetside restaurant. We managed to order a beer by walking to the cooler and pointing at what we wanted, no one understood English, or my version of it. After cooling down our temperature and attitudes, we crossed the street and negotiated a ride in an empty truck/taxi to the Sunshine Hotel on the Beach road in Pattaya. The Sunshine Hotel was located about a hundred yards up Soi 8 from the beach road. As Barb and I pulled our bags ...
... roads and hair-raising traverses. Yeah, now that’s what I’m talkin’ about! Woohoo!! (I can sound brave now because we made it back safely...)
The girls had another swim at Thien Beach while Jess and I watched on. Maggie found a silver ring in the sand which fits my ring finger perfectly – thank you Maggie! Time to head back. Another exhilarating ride later we dropped the bikes back at the hire shop and had time for a wander ...
... then just after the Harbor Mall (on your right), make a right then straight ahead for another 5km. Then you find the little airport on the right hand side.
They have a Pilatus and decent parachute gear, too bad you don't land on the beach, though. Apparently it was challenging getting the permissions without having to deal with local mafia.