The Haven Hotel & Restaurant
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> We have visited many cities on our travels which have been affected by war in one way or another, many of which are now completely different places and the scars are barely visible. Pattaya might not be war torn but the whole town has been built on its history as an R&R location for the American army during the Vietnam War. The scale and development of this city is truly staggering! In 1960 it was a small fishing village, today it has a population of ...
... parked along the road. I have seen this bus moving down the streets at night. The entire front of the bus, including the windshield area is covered with lights. At night they are all lit up and each light is a different color. It looks like some kind of cirucs bus moving around the streets. What I wonder is how the driver can see the road through the windshield. There is free Wi-Fi in most of the beach areas. Of course people are reading e-mail and surfing the web on ...
... salad. It looked refreshing and green at first and looked beautiful while I was making it, but I made the mistake of throwing a whole red chili pepper in the thing, which couldn’t have been bigger than my pinky finger. It was probably the second-most spicy thing I had eaten while in Thailand (the first being, without a doubt, the prawn that James gave me in Ang Thong… good GOD that was hellish). I was able to eat around three quarters of the stuff before I threw ...
... with experiences. I guess it is part of human nature to be competitive but whilst I found this a disgusting but inevitable part of life in corporate Britain, it is all the more distasteful in paradise. Example:
Traveller 1 - “I did this cool trek with a few people in Northern Laos, and ended up spending a couple of days living with a hill tribe”
Traveller 2 - “That’s nothing, I walked alone ...
... more the norm.
After dinner I wandered along the stores situated on the beachfront. I didn't want to buy anything, as we are trying to give all our material possessions away, so I don't want to take anything more home. This is very freeing, as I can just walk and look, but not feel I should buy some overpriced, tourist stuff that no one needs. But this is what I don't like about Pattaya: the only Thais I saw were in ...