Dynasty Resort Pattaya
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to Nana Plaza. It is known to be one of Bangkoks biggest red-light districts. One quick lap around the area confirmed it's just about everything that it's cracked up to be, and not in a good way. Saturday was spent visiting the reclining Buddha at Wat Pho amidst a healthy bunch of other tourists. We also treated ourselves to an hour of traditional thai massage at the temple. It was a relaxing atmosphere and despite some grimaces we agreed we ...
April 1 till 6 After this incredible hot and tiresome Bangkok weekend which was fun we are back to relax and enjoy our last 2 weeks here. We really feel like going back to see our family and friends but on the other hand we don't want to leave as life is so great and uncomplicated here. Hé, what about you all just coming here :-) that would be fun !!! E Luce fu !!! Meanwhile the biggest news is that, Yessss ! She is there !!! Katleen and Fré brought a little sister for ...
... it was not intended to be accurate... (wtf it's a map ******it!). Took a look at the train line map in the station and turned out the next stop has the same name as the bus station so paid 15 baht for a single stop and hopped on (could have just walked the remaining stop but for 30p I figured it would be worth the experience of using the train as I will probably be back in Bangkok at some point). It was well worth it as the train had air ...
... were very tierd!!
The next day we went to Subway for lunch haha typical British lunch when we are surrounded by the best food in the world! but we needed comfort food. We then went to the pool at the Hard Rock Cafe was really nice we had some cocktails in the Jacuzzi aswell, think Graeme was feeling a bit less manly as he was with me and Mel and the hard rock and we were having girly chat!! haha poor Graeme. We went to Gullivers with Melissa for tea ...
Monday was a lazy, lazy day spent in "Luton Town" attempting to make myself appear less transluscent than I do at present. As always I found that inactivity breeds lethargy and it again proved to be the case as I needed a couple of hour nap once the sun had made its usual departure at around 6:30. Once I had stirred from my slumber, we all headed for a delicious Thai dinner at the impressive karaoke/movie/pizza PK Bar before stopping off for a beer at the ...