Andatel Grande Patong Phuket Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAndatel Grande Patong Phuket Hotel
Love the hotel great place to chill, close to the beach and cheap beers :)
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... sounds of this by Thai town. All along the streets there were food stalls selling all kinds of dishes. There were also lots of fruit juice stalls, particularly coconut juice.
Further down the street we came to a busy market where they were selling all kinds of exotic fruit and veg along with loads of dried fish.
Back to the coach we drove on to our next stop at a lovely old colonial style house that was now a ...
... to paddle! On our return to the boat we then made Krantongs (not to be confused with crampons) - floating decorations made from banana tree, folded banana leaves, orchids, marigolds and other grasses and petals. Three parts of the decoration represented Buddha (and we can't remember the other two!) and then attached our candles. We had a laugh making them all together. Di would have been in her element! A feast was then ...
... The street littered with old foodscraps had a repugnant smell enough to make a nurse gag ,but we trudged on weaving our way through the ever-ready taxi seagulls and children shop assistants we reached our destination. Massage parlours everywhere, and suit shops, all trying to get your business, harping "massage massage", or “you need suit” as we passed them by.
After spending hours endeavoring to reach the ...
... being bitter disappointments. We had a chicken parma for the first time in over three months!! After a few more bars after that we called it quits relatively early, about 1am. Sunday...see Saturday. The one exception is that we had dinner for the last time at our favourite place, point break. There we found a few people who had taken our advice of where to eat. They've all been raving about it since. Monday was more of the same. We had planned to go back to the ...
As I sit here, indulging in tonights dinner consisting of a heaping portion of rice with chicken and mixed vegetables topped off with of course, a big cold Chang beer, costing me a total of 180 Thai Baht, the equivalency of $5.97 Canadian dollars. Im reminded of how cheap it can be to eat in Thailand, without treating myself to a beer, which I must admit rarely happens, an average meal in Thailand from the street venders costs about $4.25 or 130 Baht, which is enough food to ...