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Day 8 - 27/3/2014 Phuket, Thailand
We all have a short breakfast this morning, the bodies don't seem to need as much in this climate or is it that we eat so much other good stuff!!!!!
The plan today, is to
A) swim and chill for a while, then
B) hire Oz again and visit a beach where they have a fish market and you buy your fresh lobster, prawns or fish at one of the many stalls, then take it over the road and the one of the many restaurants will cook it up. Oz says ...
... 1700 baht. Checked into Amata resort, walked up to SWAT tours, talked to Alex and booked our minibus to airport. Bought snacks and drinks from big c. Back to hotel for rest. Walked to Malin markets later for dinner, bought shoes for mike on way.
Had an amazing dinner of fresh salad, chicken, cocktail, juice. Bought tshirts amd sunglasses from markets ...
... bar having a Guinness. There was a lot of man love for the next 10 minutes or so!! It was after midnight when we got there, so there wasn't time for a big night, so Ivan and Vlad took the boys down to Bangla Road, the Aussie bar for a game of pool and then to the Tiger bar. Daz had a look of wonder on his face for most of the night! The next day saw us hit the pool and stay there for most of the day. As usual we made a lot of friends, organised to head ...
... creating a moat around the outside and leaving a dry island in the middle with it's slanted surface for cooking the meats.
A small square of pork fat is placed at the very top (atop the mountain if we keep to the analogy) to prep the grill surface. As it cooks the grease releases down the sides, both flavoring the meats cooking below, and keeping the grilling surface relatively stick-free.
Everyone at the table ...
... in 1238. The institution was transformed into a constitutional form in 1932 after a coup revolution, which was intended to end the system of absolute monarchy.
The monarchy's official residence is the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. However the present king spends most of his time at Chitralada Palace (also in Bangkok) and the Klai Kangwon Villa in the beach resort city of Hua Hin.