Birds & Bees Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and probably wont be keen on delivering me a bottle opener. Have a look in my bag – nothing metal to use to pry of the lid. My pen has metal lapel holder but too weak to pry off the lid. I used the door lock which is metal; one hand angling the lid on the lip of the lock and the other to slap it down. Bingo – beer opened. Did this several times during the match. 38 baht for a beer - Just over AUD $1 cheaper than the ...
The funny thing is, the night before we left, I treated them to pizza. I have only seen a couple of pizza places in Cambodia. One was in Siem Reap and the other here in Battambang. The locals don't eat there much because of the cost. Villa and Samnang had never eaten there but knew what pizza tasted like, so we went. They ate the pizza with a knife and fork and couldn't believe I was eating it with my hands. They also put ketchup on it. I told them ...
Monday evening was spent at the other end of the cultural spectrum from the neon world of ping pong shows, lady boys and “Boyz Town” that is central Pattaya. We headed out again to Silverlake for a night of opera at Silverlake Wine & Grill (under the same ownership as the vineyard across the road), an impressive Italian restaurant built in Tuscan style. On the way there was one of those sublime moments in life when one ...
... sweating so much at the temples today it was nice and refreshing to be in the cool water though. After getting out of the pool we got changed and headed down to streets in search of a cheap Thai foot massage. It was 100 baht (about $3 something) for 30 minutes. After doing feet and legs for 20 minutes they then massaged our head, neck and shoulders which was a nice extra. We tipped the people and headed back to the hotel where we ...
... In the evening I went with some of the other volunteers for a meal in Pattaya, then on to a new bar which has recently opened for a few drinks. On the way to the bar the heavens opened and it rained very heavily; much worse than the British drizzle that I am used to. After this we went to Walking Street, Pattayas notorious red-light district, which was lined with streets and bars. I stayed out quite late, and am paying the price for it ...