The Haven Hotel & Restaurant
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Adult pool
- Smoking rooms available
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Monday 2 February – We have arrived in the port for Bangkok right on time at 7am – Laem Chabang. It is a huge container port with no passenger facilities at all. We are told the drive to Bangkok is over 2 hours each way – and that depends on traffic. So we decided to stay relatively locally and go to a Thai cultural and Elephant Show at the Nong Nooch Village. Sounds impressive !
Had to be up early at 5:15am to get to breakfast and be ready ...
... in about eleven. The next day's tour was pretty much the exact one I did a few years ago. We stopped at a Karen village where I sadly took photos of some of the same women I photographed years ago. It must get so tedious, the endless supply of people like me pointing cameras in their faces like they are zoo animals. From there we went to the elephant sanctuary and watched them play soccer and basketball before they got down to painting which is the most amazing thing ever. If ...
... already in the dorm, a Pakistani and an Indian. We got chatting and decided to head to the beach Road in the evening for a couple of drinks and to see 'walking street' which I hadn't been down in the night yet - it is essentially the main nightlife street in Pattaya, though sectioned off from the beach so it has no traffic and no freelance hos. It also has street entertainers as well as girly bars, restaurants. In the meantime I went for another wander and to ...
... bar Melissa fell off and hurt her ankle :( she still came out though we went to play again but wasnt very god so we left and went to lima lima me and mel got food and walked home at 6am!!
The next day we went for food at an english bar called the queen vic was good then got a taxi back to Bangkok and spent a few days there.
A few days later got the bus back to Pattaya had a kebab and then went out in walking street again was a great night ...
... Shelley's mum and Pia firstly to view the eclectic range of items available at an auction which Pia was attending on Saturday morning and secondly to the large Tesco in the centre of Pattaya. Happily, we were only using the retail behemoth's car park as a base from which to take the short walk to another bustling, sweaty market, again targeting mostly tourists with cheap clothing, make up and jewellry. Again, the Thais' outlook on animal rights was evident ...