Pattaya Hill Resort
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... a little family of rats gathering around the beach beneath us. I couldn't help but feed them some noodles... I'm too nice!
After dinner we headed back to The Best Bar where we were at last night and done some more people watching over a couple of beers. I limited myself to two beers today... I didn't want to go overboard again!
The street was surprisingly quieter today and not much to really report tonight. We did ...
... out to the beach.The island is a mountain. Or the mountain is an island, whichever way you want to say it, and we climb over the mountain to the other side to where we find a beautiful beach waiting.
It is not crowded as I walk over a long walking bridge to get to it. There are chairs and umbrellas set up and food stands. I walk for a while up and down the beach before picking which chairs I want to rent for the day. Different vendors rent lounge chairs along ...
... as we were driving to Ayutthaya for the day, which is about a 4 hour drive away. Ayutthaya is an old capital of Thailand and was a major city until it
was pretty much completely destroyed in 1767 by the Burmese army. So off we all go ready for lots of sleep in the car...this is not to be the case though as the road from Pattaya, although technically classed as a motorway, seems not to have been leveled out before they laid down the tarmac, so the result ...
... I realized they had an omelette station. I was so excited and had never had an omelette before so had to get one. They had little fancy bowls filled with mini cubes of all sorts of things. I got mushroom, tomato, bacon and cheese. It was amazing and I think I turned from an egg hater to an egg lover the minute I began eating it. Ryan and I then went back up to the hotel room. I was so incredibly full I laid on the bed for a bit. Ryan came and laid ...
... and flowers which are suppose to bring protective powers to them and their passengers (PWF!). even in the 95+ weather, people wore sleeves and long pants. we were looked at funny by most locals b/c they couldn't make out if aileen and i were skanks (tanks and shorts and asian) or tourists (but no makeup and wearing flip flops). go figure.
everywhere we went, there were thai women and caucasian or indian men. had no idea but indians ...