The Bayview Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and Arabs that were a mix of kids, teenagers, young couples and the oldies sharing the same space on the beach. It looked like an annual tanning competition.
GREEN!!! Yes, GREEN is the color of the ocean. As you walk on the beach, the water deposits the golden sand on your feet as if for a ride from one point to another. Pattaya beach is serene, laid back with a sense of calm, and in spite of the humdrum in the background, the gentle breeze ...
... on photos... Is it because they don't want their eyes to disappear? Because Scott sometimes gets that problem but he still smiles, hehe! Aw only joking, or not. Having an early night tonight so a quick bite to eat, Scott have his left over pizza to a young girl with her baby begging on the street, trying to keep his Good Samaritan reputation up! Spotted some fried frogs, scorpions, cockroaches and maggots on a street vendor this evening, they looked delicious... Not! I'm going to ...
ok so our last entry was the 19th, the fact they are getting less frequent means we are having a great time and been too busy lol, when writing this we have less than 2 hours til the taxi gets here to take us for our 2 hour ride to the airport and then our 3 hour wait to get on the plane for our 7 hour flight haha, anyways the last few days have pretty much been markets, walking, markets, walking, markets, walking, i think you get my drift, Will is gonna divorce me before we ...
... br> There are lots of deck chairs and shades, you can just sit and read, listen to music or just watch the parascending out at sea, it’s very popular, the sellers come round with everything, sunglasses, ice cream, dresses, floating toys, balloons, sea food, donuts, water, beer, fruit, coconuts, massage, manicure/pedicure, some even sell make up and of course tiger balm and coconut oil
If you think things aren’t really going your way, the fortune teller will ...
It has been a suitably ectectic couple of days of life here...
On Tuesday, I arranged for us to go and visit the Father Ray Foundation, which has set up various projects in and around Pattaya primarily aimed at helping the numerous needy children. We met with Ron Small, an American engineer who retired at around 30 years of age (therefore stealing my now failed life plan), who has been helping out with the project since he first came to Pattaya 25 ...