The Bayview Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... decided to go back to our room, freshen up, and head out for some grub! Amelia found a recommendation on Tripadvisor, called a Taste of Thailand, located in the Haven hotel. Good food, but service was lacking! On the way back, we discovered an amazingly colourful and exotic fruit market! Armed with my penknife, we decided to be adventurous and tackle some of these unusual fruits! The following day we decided to go back for more! So breakfast consisted of, guava, dragon fruit, ...
... fields when big mouth Mr Nosey asked him did he remember it. I nearly cried when he explained that they had killed his parents, he had been alone and on the run from a very small age and he even hinted that he killed for food. It was really emotional and amazing to hear how he had turned his life around. He was really passionate about learning and had won many awards for his work. We went to bed feeling quite inspired! We woke up early and forced down a rotten ...
So back in Pattaya with all our bags, now we gotta find a hotel, cheap cheap but clean clean lol, our dentist took us to one, it was nice and 800 baht ($28) per night, once we settled in we went out walking the streets of Pattaya for hours looking at markets, shopping malls and so much more, we found a sucker fish tank shop for your feet, you sit down and put your feet in and all the fish sucker on you and take off the dead skin cells (ewwww, I know) it was ...
... fiasco has hit the limit, (I can’t speak for all) But a lot of people are upset with the last leg of the trip to Australia (Bali to Darwin) and the increased expenditure due to information being withheld since we were in China, Xian (flights)
Some have been on a tight budget, some have quit the trip (either illness, work or homesick), there are some who aren’t even going to Australia now due to the extra expenditure of getting to Australia (they were quoted $180, it ...
... when his mule was accosted at a border control, and having had most of the bones in his body broken at one time or another in various turf wars. That said, he's a lovely chap who loves his garden and his daughter, although I tend to be creepingly nice to him, just in case (although I could surely take hime if needed)...
Finally, our other neighbours are another Englishman (from Luton - thus the compound's name) and his Thai wife. They are a nice enough couple, ...