The Nova Gold Hotel Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... Walked around a bit past loads of souvenir and knock off clothes shops (they fake everything and most of it looks pretty good!) eventually settled on getting food at a place where you select the weight of shellfish you want cooked for you meal (they take you to the front of the restaurant and pull it out of the chill box and weigh it). I went for 0.5kgs of fried rock lobster tails (3 tails) with garlic and pepper and seafood rice, accompanied by ...
So far my stay in Bangkok has been a really fun experience. Thammasat has kept us busy with various orientation programs, so I have had a chance to meet some fun people, and the nightlife has been pretty exciting. Last week I even got to meet up with a few Canadian friends that I had met in Boracay on Khaosan Road, the backpacker central in Bangkok. During orientation activities a group of us clicked pretty quickly and decided that we are all ...
... stores of slightly overpriced tourist tit-tat set around water, there was an inexplicable small Dinosaur theme park together with a garden to visit. There was also a large, tusked elephant which we paid about 40 pence to feed a bunch of small bananas.
Friday was market day - we visited two different markets during the searingly hot day. First up was the market at the temple where we had been collected in the long forgotten down pour a week before. I ...
... with the monsoon fast approaching. Unfortunately Tash (and then mildly myself probably psychologically rather than by any physical reason) got struck down with Delhi Belly after uttering the fatal words of 'I'm not going to let my fear of food poisoning spoil my enjoyment of Indian food'. Street food is so enticing but so deadly. Being nursed back to health in the Paraganj (the most horrible, filthy and hot backpacker ghetto in India) was not a great way for her ...
... arrived at our hotel and once checked in we headed up 3 flights of stairs to our room and it was really nice.
Once unpacked and showered we headed out for our usual walk around to see whats around us. We were pretty close to everything and the beach was only 5 minutes away. the walk down there was an interesting one passing a lot of massage parlours and funky bars.
If you think Bangkok is the capital of Thailand when it comes to ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center