Friday, December 6, 2013

Day trip to Pattaya - part 1!

Been to Bangkok for a few times, but I had never been to floating market before.

So Vicky suggested to go a new type of floating market, in Pattaya. From Bangkok to Pattaya, need about 1.5 to 2 hours of driving. When we arrived there, it was about noon.

One advice: do not wear long pants! So so so so so so so hot!




Mary had a little lamb~






Goat feeding at the entrance. Feed them milk :D






I like animals with pinky nose~ hehee






This is new!!! Feeding koi fish like this.












I call this coconut cookie, one of my favourite snacks!






Oh! so yummy!!!






This stall is from China~






Something like kuey tiau~ very very appetising.
A bit spicy and sour~ 






Another type of cookie. 2 flavours, I love the egg yolk ones!






The girls~ ♥






After long walks, we had to go for massage.
It's only THB 250 for 1 hour. To be polite, we gave tips because they did good work.






Especially this granny!!!






It was such a hot day~












I walked past and saw this puppy, thought a toy dog.






Suddenly it moved!
The owner said, his name is guo fu cheng (Aaron Kwok). LOL!!!






After the hot and sweaty activity, Vicky brought us to Hilton Drift at Hilton Hotel Pattaya for afternoon tea.






Henry which looks so much like Brad. LOL






My ice blended with slice of apricot!
The girls thought it was raw egg and wanted to drink it for me. hahahhaa






The girls~






All cute cakes and pastries~






Sandwiches + Vicky~ 






This is one super cute and tiny macaroon. 






So cute as if it's not real.






The view!






Grace chilling.






It's such a good place to relax.






A real pool towards the end~












Thanks for the hospitality Vicky~
You're always an awesome company :)






I won't be in my shoes and jeans if I ever be in Pattaya again.
Too much heat to take. 






One last pic and we went to another spot!






Wait for part 2  ^_^



-- Jenn Jenn a.k.a. blueyfetes --

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