Tide Resort Pattaya
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Wow, now I know the pain of dealing with immigration issues. Spent over 5 hours today at immigration to get my visa extended dude we're staying over 30 days. What a pain! But, to enjoy Thailand... Totally worth it! :) After that we went to make additional selection for the new honeybun Bangkok and called it a night. Early morning flight off to ...
... br> 6:15 1 infusion (antibiotics)
7:00 Nurse brings medicine pills
7:15 Infusion is finished and will be removed
7:20 Someone brings Breakfast
7:40 A woman brings newspaper, water, tea bags and coffee powder
7:45 A woman collects the garbage
8:10 The room is wiped for the first time
8:30 Nurse comes for body cleaning. I ...
... another 10 mins before we finally came across Maylamean Bungalows. It sounded amazing in the Rough Guide to Thailand book. The bungalows were set back into the and cliff covered with rainforest, with steep, wonky, stony steps leading up to the reception and living areas. Don't you just love rock climbing with a backpack after a long day of travelling?! Malai, showed us into our hut (colourfully painted shed) and we met our room mate!! ...
... The tuk tuks weave trough traffic like motorcycles, and then they go through tiny alleys to avoid some of the major traffic jams. There were a few times when I thought we might flip over sideways, but our driver was very good. Unlike India, they don't use horns. The drivers make eye contact and seem to decide who goes first by a nod. Weirdly we saw no traffic accidents. Luckily we weren't in one! We laughed a lot and saw a lot of Bangkok areas that tourists don't get ...
... Kevin's dismay! 35 acres and over 15,000 stalls!! Having had a fair quota of markets which has increased our bartering confidence we decided that is where we would head to!!! A bus and two trains took us to Chatuchak Market which is situated by Chatuchak Park, just over an hour away from our hotel. We saw some small convoys of protesters but nothing to write home ...