The Palms Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... when we arrive, locals assume we have the same kind of money, that we can spend 200baht each on a taxi to downtown or 2000baht on a room. Mistake. I asked around for a "sawngthaew" which is a small local public bus and is normally about 20baht to get in. I was told those only go in the morning. So i asked this man how HE would get to downtown, he told me "i have motorbike". We had to face the reality of walking 4km in the heat with our backpacks, not a very nice thing to do I can tell ...
... 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 ...
... private property and so I needed to find a new route. The path was overgrown at first and I was a little nervous about encountering a snake but it soon improved and was definitely going to be my best route to the beach. I had lunch and spent a few hours on the beach and then, in the late afternoon, set off for the market at Bang Niang.
I thought I’d walk along the road. This turned out not to be something I would want to do frequently. There was a lot ...
... in the lonely planet book. After some bartering we got an air com room for 450 baht (£9) from 600! For dinner we found a noodle soup stall which was 40 baht! And it was pretty tasty, followed by a pancake (50 baht) for desert! As we were walking back to the bungalows we got caught in some torrential rain which was amusing as the roads had become rivers in such a short time. hoping the weather improves tomorrow so we can make use of the pool and ...