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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
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... we went back to our rooms at 11pm to rest.
I woke up at 4am to a panty raid and huge partying so decided to join the fun. I just partied around my hostel and a nearby bar. Mostly with locals and ladyboys. I made it back to bed at 6am. I was up again at 10am and knew I wasn't feeling right. I checked out and made it to the pier. I took the main ferry to Kho Larn for 30 baht and grabbed a beach chair there on the beach for 100 baht. Here I tried to sleep for a couple hours but ...
... stomach it at some point though, need to get myself syked up for it! Pattaya is... different. A nice holiday destination with a massive range of restaurants and bars with he of a lot of tattoo parlours, lady boy bars and gentlemen's clubs in the mix. The beach isn't a that great, it's just rammed with parasols so no sun gets to you one little bit if you sit under one. Other than that it has a good vibe, chilled but busy all the time! I've liked it here, good potential for people ...
... pure shock and a trip to Pattaya's best kept secret; The Sanctuary of Truth (Wat Boran) Hidden in western Pattaya away from the foulness of walking streets and the main drag. It sits on the edge of the ocean and stands 105 metres tall. It is inspired by Asian and Indian mythologies and is made entirely of wood. You can pay a tenner to explore but we paid a tenth of that to see it from a personal viewing point some 100 metres away. It was completely amazing and the most ...
... bus, it’s easier to book a bus than a flight
UKtoOZ doesn’t have a block booking policy, to make things easier or cheaper for its clients or travellers, we have to sort out flights ourselves and just suck up the increased costs
I have to sort out a new tent and sleeping bag when I get there, then I either stay somewhere in Darwin or play catch up,
Jeez!!!!!, and we are expected to give a tip at the end of the trip to our leader and driver, best I ...
... of some of nature's great beasts were all a slight anti-climax but it was still probably the most enjoyable attraction to date.
As it was Buddha Day yesterday - a bank holiday - we struggled to find anyway open for dinner so settled for a very much non-English speaking local establishment at which we ordered by pointing at various raw ingredients before having a predictably disappointing mish-mash of a meal before heading home at the end of another top notch day...