Angus O'Tool's Irish Pub, Restaurant & Guesthouse
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... had apparently quit so the emails she received
bounced back to Air Asia. Anyway, Mum called Air Asia and they offered us a
flight Sunday night instead. We would have lost a nights accommodation we had
already paid for so we asked if we could travel the day earlier on the 25th.
So instead of loosing a nights accommodation, we booked another nights
accommodation. But we were happy with that!
This morning I was so eager to get to the beach. It was the first time we've seen sand and ocean since Mui Ne back in Vietnam. That's a long time ago!! Michelle and Richard were ready to meet up to see yet so Justin and I headed to the beach on her own to throw the disc around. We had some really nice throws and tosses. I'm not so rusty now! Annie and Peter would definitely be proud of our ultimate ...
... deposit money against your name - no problems" We stopped at Kata Noi Bay for an iced coffee and then labored up the steep hill on our under - powered bike and arrived at Cape Phromthep where three huge buses were disgorging hordes of Japanese tourists. It offers a spectacular view across to Kaew Yai Island. Russians in Phuket are a bunch of stone-faced holiday-makers. You see them walking down the beach with ...
... stray dogs absolutely everywhere so there is no avoiding them but I've actually been completely okay with it! Still slight nervous if they come right up to me but not hysterically running around screaming like I normally would. Even at the market one sat right next to where I was stood and I carried on my conversation without having to even move away from it! I know everyone reading this isn't even going to believe me..but I've updated a picture to prove ...
It's been an amazing day, we have packed in a lot. We have travelled by speedboat to 5 provinces of Phuket on our Phang Nga tour. Our first stop was Phanak Island for a walk through a cave, at times knee deep in water and pleased for the torch so we wouldn't bang our heads. At the end of the cave and daylight, we saw the mangrove trees, walking fish, hermit crabs and animal rock shapes. Our guide ...