Revisit Bangkok Part 3. 13rd November 2007.

Finally, the last part of my trip. Shall resume with my usual food posts next week. πŸ™‚

So, we’re in Pattaya and luckily after the heavy rain last night, the sun shines brightly the next morning. We went for breakfast… a heavy one as we’ll leave for Bangkok again later in the afternoon.

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First round. Rice, veggie, frankfurters, potatoes and bacon.

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Second round… rice, egg, ham, more potatoes and veggies. The egg was fried with butter which I don’t quite like.

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I have no intentions to go into water, hence explained my heavy brunch. The streets here were pretty quiet at daytime. No much stuff you can do here, we didn’t see any place for shopping except a small mall. I guess the main attraction here is the beach itself.

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So here we are, the Pattaya beach at daytime.

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These beach chairs are for rent, RM3 and can only be used by one person. No sharing allowed O_O” But the beach is nice, didn’t spot much litter here, the water’s clean and clear. From the place I stand, I can see many tourists enjoying themselves with water parachuting out at the open sea.

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While the guys busy splish-splashing, I walked around snapping pictures. My attention was on this little Japanese kid. So cute to see him running in shallow water, playing with his dad, occasionally lie on the sand and let the waves hit him (he seem to enjoy that a lot.. hehe). Quite difficult to snap as he’s moving around but I managed to get a few good shots.
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There’s many Siamese will come over, asking whether you want to do tattoo or buy ice cream, snacks, accessories, sunglasses etc. This guy sells seafood, as you can see. Big prawns and crabs are placed in a pot with burning hot charcoal underneath it. We didn’t try it so I have no idea whether it’s nice or not.

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We left and get ready to go back to Bangkok as the clouds marched over during noon time. Spent another few hours in cab without hassle this time as the driver knew very well the area we’re going to and reach the hotel about 3pm.

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Hungry, so we went out to hunt for food… late lunch. And we stopped to buy the skewered pork from a stall at the roadside. Tastes not as good as the one I had before during my first trip. Aside from pork, the also have liver, intestines etc.

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We had the fried kuey teow with chicken and vegetables which was a bit dry but flavourful nonetheless. Dinner was at KFC where I had the foldover similar like McD but it’s fried chicken inside. (No pictures) We were so tempted to curi their plates and glasses and bring back here. πŸ˜›

The next morning, flight was at 9.25am so I got to witness my first sunrise at Bangkok in these few days. Well, see you again sometime in the future, Bangkok. I’ll be back.

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12 thoughts on “Revisit Bangkok Part 3. 13rd November 2007.

  1. Mei Yen: We just had breakfast!

    CityGal: ^High 5!

    Nic: Haha… plan a trip to Pattaya then.

    BBO: A bit rush actually.

    Jackson: Maybe next time should do Phuket. πŸ˜›

  2. Just read all your Bangkok posts… can you believe I haven’t been to Bangkok yet? All I did was Phuket and it was like the Land of White Men and Women… lol.

  3. Ai Wei: Go travel while you haven’t start working. πŸ™‚

    Precious Pea: Cos we just had breakfast leh. Summore, you know I don’t take prawns.

    LotsOfCravings: Some food we tried, I didn’t take the picture cos low battery. πŸ™‚

    Christy: Cauliflower looks nice? Is it?

    Kenny: Hey, I haven’t been to Phuket! Well, more or less the same… there’s plenty of foreigners in Bangkok as well. Hahaha.

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