Avantika Boutique Hotel
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November 01, 2009
Bangkok - Phuket (B)
This morning, transfer by coach to the airport for your flight to Phuket. Upon arrival in Phuket, transfer by coach to the 4* Avantika Boutique Hotel for your four nights stay. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
Today is my last day.. already... Should have booked more time …
... with Megan and walked around jungceylon don
finished at dentist, had lunch downstairs, Megan and I went for facial, son
took Mae back forsleepp, mike went for swim. Met back at hotel, rested, then
walked up bangla red, to beach, met Megan and don't, swim with Mae, back to
their hotel Nap, bough snacks at 7-11, sat on balcony till 8:30, looked in markets
on way back, bought towels.
... when the words 'cat' and 'dog' were mentioned in the same sentence as the word 'food'. Instead, we borrowed a couple of DVDs, ordered room service and settled in for a relaxing evening in the air con and an early night :) Last full day tomorrow! Plans include more of the same....Paul's going to walk right up the beach while I am going to make good on the promise we made to the massage lady down the beach and have a massage.... And maybe a little more shopping ...
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 ...
... that Russians are f**king rude even on a good day. Pushing in on lines, pushing through you on footpaths or just generally talking louder than anyone and being obnoxious are just part of day to day life for our friends in the red state. Unfortunately for Thailand, and in particular Patong, the Russians have taken over in droves and the Thais are not happy about this. The Russian's bring in a lot of money to the community but because they are rude and obnoxious ...