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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... from my room window. As I walk along the beach to grab some food, I take a deep breath of the ocean water, and enjoy the nice change of pace and weather. Long trips make me hungry so immediately a group of us head over to a restaurant and their current special is brick-oven pizza for only 299 Baht ($9 USD)! This price includes taxes and gratuity, and their chicken curry pizza was to die for! After our nice lunch by the beach, we quickly head back to ...
... pretty wild, no deck chairs out, but as its raining, that's understandable
I have a chance to get all my washing done properly now, rather than having it washed and dried in the street
A lot of the places I used to like have shut down now, not many British bars, even the taxi driver restaurants have gone, but it’s still possible to find a decent breakfast if you dig around for then
Even our real favourite place, Greg’s, has gone now, no more ...
... soon transpired that the young crocodile trainer did not have the most dangerous job in the park. A short walk away from the crocdile auditorium was the first of the tiger enclosures. Beside the main compund (in which two large tigers were basking in the sun) were three caes housing more of the magnificent cats. To our amazement, a young Thai chap leisurely entered two of the cages (one housing one beast and the other two) and swept up droppings, ...
... like 4 seats on either side of the walkway and then around 7:30 a man comes around and pulls out all the top beds, turns the bottom seats into beds and then puts sheets, pillows and blankets on them too! It was buff! And I only had 1 cockroach on my bed (that I saw!) so it was a lovely train journey all in all.
When we arrived in Hat Yai we looked into getting a tuk-tuk, bus or minibus to the pier. In the end we got a ...
... us… Phewwww or should I say: Yeeeeehaaawww!
The bus is loaded with tourists (Norwegians, Swedes, Russians, Canadians, Brits, and a few Americans) all headed to Pattayaland and its beaches! Rick and I agreed I will contact him once in the bus but I’ve been sending SMSs, e-mails, and voice mails with my final arrival time and have not yet heard from him. My cell batteries are now drained and I am now approaching the Pattaya bus depot. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking