Ayara Kamala Resort & Spa
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... 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 ...
Travel day :( I have dreaded this day for 18 days. Not because I want to stay in Thailand but b/c of the travel. Up at 3:30 for a 4:30 45min taxi. We had a 1.5 hour flight to Bangkok. Then a 4 our flight to Taiwan. So far that was enough. We circled the airport a few times and we were late. There was no time for food or potty, we ran with our bags to make the flight to LA (this one is a can't miss ) it was delayed a little so we caught our breath and boarded, they did a last min seat ...
... I attempt to chill on the beach but my mind was elsewhere.
Observations - There are lots and lots of Russians in Phuket. I think they are doing what the Brits did in the 60's in Spain, package holiday wise.
There are also lots of Swedish and quite a few restaurants run by Sweeds.
Some fish get washed up on the beach, much to the Thai's excitement, they rush out and start to pick them up. ...
... to you and me) fed bananas to the bright coloured fish and they went info a feeding frenzy...amazing to watch. I opted to stay on the boat and watch the fish feeding. It's one thing getting out of a boat in the middle of the ocean, but getting back in is a whole nother ball game...haha. Next stop on the tour was to Viking Cave....where a thriving "birds nest soup" industry is located, apparently. Could have that wrong though...our "English speaking tour guide" skipped a few ...
... affair...bumpy and wobbly...although the elephants moved at a leisurely pace, we were bumping and swaying up top. The seat didn't feel very secure and a few times we had to adjust our weight distribution as it felt as though it was sliding down the side of the elephant. I had visions of it sliding down and suspending us upside down in our seat between the elephants legs as she lumbered along, dragging our heads along the ground.