Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya
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... back from a bustling road full of bars containing old dirty men with young thai women, massage parlours, hotels, and plenty of street food vendors. Greeted by a very kind, old looking Jackie chan, we were shown to a nice clean room. At this point we thought it'd be nice to 'catch some rays' so down to the beach we went, for some late afternoon sun worshiping. After a few hours on the beach being approached by locals selling this, that, and the other, being squid, jet skis, and sweet ...
... I managed to get Marc to save the day and eat mine, although I didn't hear him complain! We caught an early boat back to Kratie and arranged our bus back to Phnom Penh so we could then make our way to Siem Reap. Whilst waiting for the bus we rented a bike and headed to Kampi to see the Mekong Delta Dolphins. We got into a small boat and were taken out on the river. There is no guarantee that you will see the Dolphins however we must have had a lucky day as we saw loads! ...
... on the weekend we went to the Chatachuk Market, 35 acres of stalls, heaven for me, I'm surprised how well Will coped, the next day while Will rested i went to Pratanum market (wholesale clothing) it was extremely chaotic and i only spent about $15, we found a great food court about 5 mins away from hotel, weve eaten everything from maccas to wonton soup with duck and noodles, yummo. Whilst at the first hotel we went to Patpong market ...
... signs; they are talking about renaming the Soi Pattaya Park, to Soi Gorky Park
The sales of high alcohol has tripled since they have taken their holidays here (I guess I'll find out how the violence has increased down 'walking street')
I didn't see much of the beach when I arrived, it was still raining (it rained all the way from Bangkok to Pattaya,) the roads were quite flooded, I think they will be preparing for the worse in Bangkok if it continues
... who would grow up together. Our tour guide for the Village was a young lady without toes, and only two fingers on one of her hands (possibly a thalidomide) with a lovely disposition. Inside each house was a large living room, with dining table, sofas, and a modern TV. The walls were adorned with pictures of the "family", and off each living room was a large well equipped kitchen and the mother's bedroom. There were two bedrooms for the children, one for the ...