The Haven Hotel & Restaurant
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After the "American Breakfast" at the little coffee shop across from the City Hotel, Tom and I got a cab to the Airport without incident and then the chaos began. Half of Finland had traveled to Krabi and were on their way home. The small airport was overwhelmed. One of the baggage checking machines broke down. Passenger lines got mixed. Tom and I were in a panic because we were nowhere near where we should have been by 10 AM. The flight from Krabi to Bangkok was delayed an ...
... able to see the last show of the day where there is an alligator trainer that does tricks with them in a closed off area. The tricks included the trainer putting his hand inside the mouth of an alligator with its mouth snapping shut milliseconds after he removed it as well as doing a ‘slip and slide’ down the walkway ending with his head inside an alligators mouth. It was terrifying to watch, I can’t imagine how that guy feels ...
So last night we had a night in a bungalow next to the airport.. which included a free transfer to the airport at 5.45am! We said good bye to Lynn and George in Phi Phi and so Team Thailand became Jaco and Maughin, taking on Thailand alone!
So the plan was to head to Chantheburi, in the south of Thailand for the night. We had booked accommodation but when we landed in Bangkok and went to go catch a bus, they said ...
... asked us, if we like to do parasailing which costs 500 baht per person. For me, parasailing here is half priced cheaper when compared to Boracay in Philippines. For nobody dares in the group for parasailing, so we decided not to do it. We didn't want them to wait for us.
A speed boat transported us from Pattaya beach to Coral beach for 20 minutes. The white beach was full and crowded with tourists. The group headed to a local restaurant which ...
... a bit over the top I know but the events of the day had all just pushed me to the point where I had had enough. I walked back down walking street, barging into anyone who got in my way with a bit more force than was necessary. All I wanted to do was get out of Pattaya. The only problem was that I couldn't remember the name of the hotel and it was about three miles away. I knew that I had to walk along along the seafront and turn right after I saw a McDonald's, Pizza ...