Woodlands Suites Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we went back to the house and spent the afternoon in the pool playing Frisbee and with James's giant remote control battleship. It was awesome! In the evening James took us to meet his good friends here Hal (an american) and his longterm partner Nui (a Thai). We went out to dinner with them and they were a great couple. They have lived in Pattaya for 12 years and have got a beautiful house (we went back for after dinner tea). James took us ...
... we decided Jontiem was too busy for us already and that's without the hundreds on condos still to complete that would house thousands, it's a shame that it was not in Bang Saray the quiet place we liked.
We also looked at a show room for Sea Saran which we really liked the look of as well and we may well investigate thus further once they have their EIA approval which is mandatory for all condominium construction. We also looked at a ...
... a random curry dish with rice (which tasted strongly of lemongrass and was totally delicious (probably the best thing I've eaten so far) for 50 baht. Also had 1/3 of a corn on the cob and 1/3 of some kind of curry wrap, shared with the guys. Then bought a bottle of what I though was beer (though at 600ml for 32 bhat and 8% alcohol it didn't quite fit the pricing of other beers, being cheaper. Turned out to be a weak wine type drink, all good though. ...
... stayed at the condo in pattaya. We got some braclets made and had a wonder around pattaya, then I decided I wanted a tattoo before we left so we made plans to go for dinner few drinks and then get one. We went to a mexican for dinner was good then to abbes bar for drinks then went to tattoo place and I got one on my lower stomach that says Rachael in Thai i love it its really nice and subtle. We then went out for more drinks in Abbes and the Rock bar and ...
... afternoon was spent at a garden resort, with the prime attraction being the elephant show, which featured elephants playing football, bowling, dancing and painting. All very entertaining but again no doubt cruel. Perhaps it is one's duty to shun such things if you disagree with them, but I fear one abstension from a UK tourist would be futile in the context of an arena crammed with Koreans and Russians. All it takes for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing...