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... and lady boys. We just walked around looking for a while then we managed to get a seat near the lady boys bar. They seemed to take a liking to me. I wasn't too serious and grabbing at them, they all called me papa (grand dad) and there was a spare seat next to me. I was shocked to see how for they would go, a few of them were happy to show EVERYTHING. At one point I remember one of them sitting on my knee and flashing EVERYTHING and a huge crowd of people around us were all ...
Wow! I woke up in Thailand this morning. I called room service and soon I had my favourite type of breakfast.... bacon and eggs. After eating what was the best breakfast I had ever had, it was time to enjoy the great day I had planned.
The first thing I did was sight seeing at the Big Buddha. The Big Buddha is one of the island's most important and revered landmarks. The huge image sits on top of ...
... for the girls... In and out of bars... One with a boxing ring in the middle with kids about 10 years old fighting! Another had the fire performers, another with beer pong competitions, it was a crazy little island. The day of sun, being sea sick for more of it than I had wanted and our drinks at the dinner were starting to set in.... We headed back to the room and would catch up with the girls in the morning. I could have easily spent another week ...
... as to where its namecomes from. Within 2 or 3 minutes of us arriving and monkeys begin to flood down onto the beach. We took photo's and watched as they rolled around in the sand. One guy got a little bit too close and the monkey lashed out at him. A few of them began to run down the beach thinking there was food. We moved back into the water for safety but whenthey entered the water we realised it wastime to leave.
... provinces and the trunk extending down the Malaysian peninsula between the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. This is where Phuket is located, in the "trunk" of the elephant. On the resort we stayed at, we were able to walk the beach along the Andaman Sea.
Covering an area of approximately 514,000 square kilometers (200,000 sq miles), Thailand is the 50th largest country in the world, most nearly equal in size to Spain. Located just 15 degrees north of the ...