Ayara Kamala Resort & Spa
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... hot walking around, but thankfully our resort had a small swimming pool for us to cool off in. We joined mum and Ron for Bacardi and Coke and a game of 'Oh hell' before heading down the road for Thai curries. Mum booked for us to take a day trip to the Chiao Lan reservoir in the national park. It was an hours mini bus journey over to the eastern side of the national park, where we boarded a long tail boat. It was then an hours boat ride across the reservoir. Chiao Lan ...
... and “helmets” (it looked more like yarmulke on Phil), we set off on the long costal journey for dinner. The trip started with familiar territory as we zoomed past our hotel. “Suckers”, we thought as we watched other guests dine at the hotel restaurant by the pool. Then we started up the hills. The road twisted left and right along the cliffs. I probably would have enjoyed the view if I hadn’t been paralyzed by ...
... and saffron cream sauce. For mains they selected the Seared Yellowfin Tuna with an anchovy sauce and Niçoise salad and Truffle Honey Roast Chicken with mashed potatoes, asparagus, mushroom jus and truffle cream. The wine, a 2001 Chateau Leoville-Las Cases, "Grand Vin de Leoville du Marquis de Las Cases, 2emes Cru from St. Julien, Medoc, Bordeaux, what else to celebrate La Fete nationale.
Video Girl and Battery Boy attacked their ...
... side of Phuket. Casey rented us a motor bike and we are zipping all around the island for about $10 a day! Casey is still trying to get used to driving on the opposite side of the road.
It is hot and sunny with a warm breeze. I will say that jet lag is taking a loooong time to get over. I feel drowsy and dizzy but it is well worth this tropical oasis!
Thinking of you all- miss you!
We wander for a bit but we don't really see anything, we finally see some of the old colonial buildings, they are part of China town, it seems and we stop for some Kaffee und Kuchen at a strange cafe. We ask for ice coffee but the lady does not understand English, so she calls someone that does and puts us on the phone, we get there in the end!! There are lots of places that seek cakes, we think it may be the ...