Golden Cliff House Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dislike about Pattaya, it still has the balmy weather and relaxed holiday feel, icy cold beers, some good Thai food, cheap massages (without the happy ending) and best of all it was the meeting place for our rendezvous with Kate, Ez, Mooner and New!
We arrived a day before the others, and given the lack of inspiration and enticement that Pattaya stirred in me, it was a good excuse to have a pool day, soaking up the sun and relaxing on our hotel rooftop. ...
... to ride with one foot, off course this was unsuccessful! The second was something Marc used to do with his dad when he was younger. He took the bike that was in working order and told me to climb on the broken one. I moved slightly forward then Marc came up next to me and was pushing me along as he rode..needless to say this led to a few crashes and falls in bushes! After four attempts Marc finally accepted that I had a point when I suggested that his technique was ...
So its been 9 days since i last posted, needless to say we have been very busy, we left Pattaya and headed to bangkok, we first stayed at I residence hotel, quite nice for the price, the taxi drivers are hopeless though, we took our first tuk tuk ride, not as bad as i remember. We stayed 2 nights at this hotel in Sathorn, however it was a bit far from where i wanted to be so we found a new hotel to spend the last 7 nights, we checked into ...
... duck, rice, steamed vegetables, all freshly cooked, it cost me just over a quid, (65 TBht) then a really decent coffee, it was quite a performance, just making a coffee, I am going to film it next time, I thought it was a performance making an Irish coffee, this was just a black coffee
After that I just wandered round the shops, soaking up the A/C, this Mall could be anywhere in the world, they have all the designer shops, small personal jewellers, they even had a ...
... bottles still hanging from their mouths. I felt a bit uncomfortable as it was slightly like being in a zoo as we were shown around together with a larger tour group of younger Thais. In two side rooms, which we were not allowed to access, were the real tots - aged from birth up to six months. It was all very sad to think that nearly all of these children had been abandoned at birth, understandably in some ways on the basis that in most cases the mothers ...