Pattaya Bay Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and of course water gets into your mouth - as some is thrown at great velocity - Im not sure the origin of this water and I did see the locals filling up their bins etc with tap water. I am now regretting the curry with chilli I had as it burns on the other side - ouch. Anyway I'll stop off at a Drug Store and see what they have for me - Imodium or similar. Im tender to sit down after many trips to the toilet.
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 ...
... that the Choptop ACTIVE 5'8" is a much better option, i feel its as fast much more control at speed and gets on the plan nearly the same but sure it does not go up wind as much but it feels right thats why the NEW Airush Sector 54 V3 i think will be just right with 3 fins and a little wider i am sure this board will be very good.
Well managed to get out a few times in Thailand but have booked my Kitesurf trip now to Bali
... We cruised down the canal and then stopped to feed some cat fish with bread rolls. They were huge and it was pretty amazing to see how many there were. We headed back to the hotel and then out to look for some lunch. While wandering about a group of other Contiki travellers called us over to have lunch with them. Ryan and I went for some pizza. After lunch we headed back to the hotel and went for a small swim in the very cold ...
... owners but no-one in Thailand is responsible for their animals actions and none of the owners would come out of their homes to discuss it.
I walked everyday in Pattaya and everyday I would have to pick up a stick at some point on the walk to use as personal protection every-time I saw a dog in my path.
I watched one man walk his pair of dalmations nearly daily and on a leash. He caried a thin but agressive whip for whipping ...