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... beat a rain shower passing through the area. Having adjusted to scooter life, we decided to stop by the shop in Kamala to extend our rental by a day. The rest of the night was spent dining in the Regency Club and mapping our route for beach explorations the next day.
On our third day, we went searching for the famous-for-being-secret (if that’s possible) Banana Beach, which is known for its great views and tranquility. We knew it ...
... of gin in the time we had 2 drinks.
The singer was great but it was difficult to hear him as Hazel was telling one of a number of stories that she'd already told me about 5 times already ( could be the dink me thinks lol ) I still need to keep my foot elevated as it starts to swell and she made a big song and dance about gathering cushions up to put under my foot; it was a little embarrassing. Not quite as embarrassing when both ...
... attempts to get into our room thinking it's the main bit of the hotel! We decide he was sleeping off his drink from the night before on the beach.
On our quiet stretch of beach, we have adopted it for our time in Phuket!, there is a Swedish family which we all take great delight in watching, particularly my Mum! The family is made up of four children and they are all under seven. Their Mum looks in fantastic shape considering she has had four ...
... and so went on a shopping spree to buy presents for children and grandchildren as well as one or two things for herself. I was back in familiar territory here and so suggested we eat at a beachfront restaurant, something it is not so easy to do in Khao Lak unless you want to pay big hotel prices. I took her to Chongfah Restaurant but sadly, as it was spitting with rain, we could not sit outside on the beachfront. I loved being back ...
... them and ride them in the water. Despite being surrounded by elephant poo we managed to climb on our elephants back... only for me and Evie to be chucked off back into the water. Our elephant DID NOT like us. We were practically clinging on for our lives, and after Andy back at Walkers had quickly informed us of people who had died riding elephants before our trip, I was a tiny bit scared. But once again I am still here today so clearly I wasn't meant to die ...