Pattaya Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
Flight to Pattaya was only 55 min's so enjoyed to the fullest. Even enjoyed their onboard meal, or parts thereof anyway. Skipped the mystery meat. Bangkok Air still serves meals to their customers even on short haul flights.
Arrived and grabbed a mini-bus for what appeared to be about an hours drive. Fare was cheap, about $6.00. Was full, …
... we'd walked past a few times that looked good, however the boys were acting ever so strangely and telling us to keep walking, that we should find the Cabaret and book tickets then have tea. So, we carried on, going absolutely nowhere, and us girls were getting more and more frustrated insisting we should just go back to the place we'd already walked past. All of sudden, we stopped outside a posh Indian and the boys decided that was where we would eat, I complained ...
... mangy, wild dogs as company on any beach, and the sea was also dirty enough for Blackpool et al to look down on its cleanliness. In stark contrast to Blackpool however, the sea water was bath water warm and I had to smile at the man such a life has made me become that I can pass judgment on the sea - it probably stems from the fact that my biggest challenge everyday is deciding when, and what, to eat. On our return to the village, I had an interesting question of ...
... tuk-tuk, and, on directions from a kind expatriate who lived nearby, I started walking up one of the side streets looking for the Shakespeare Hotel. I passed so many street vendors and stores, all selling tourist stuff at tourist prices, but didn't see the Shakespeare Hotel anywhere. So I kept on walking, around a corner, around another corner, heading back towards the beach. I asked another woman if she knew where the hotel was, and she ...
... meter high pilons would thunder past our flat every 15 minutes.
So I am on my way to Pattaya hoping to meet up with some old friends, chat a bit with these nighttime ladies on the boulevard, drink a bit of Leo beer, cold to the touch of course, maybe take Moo to a movie or else some expensive airco restaurant,
Seeing the contours of the Hardrock Hotel in the early morning light I realise I have arrived at what might very well be described as my ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility