Ayara Kamala Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... opportunity to raise prices by fifty%, and even more than the prices charged until yesterday.
I will probably remain in my hotel where Salvatore only increased by 50% ... from 300 to 450 baht (11.50 €), but those close to the beach start at 800 baht (20 euro) and there's also a 40 € without being better than mine, only in a more favorable position (for the lazy) -
I also uploaded 5 euro ...
... 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 ...
Our time is almost up in Phuket! We've done everything on our bucket list.. Ridden on elephants, eaten authentic Thai food (although they don't have prawn crackers here?!?!) and have drunk from the famous bucket! Elephant ride was a long wait but was amazing, we've bought things from the floating market and overall had an amazing time!! Tomorrow gonna go out with a bang ...
... 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. ...
... wasn't one of the last people there as they had ****** seats or had to pay 300 baht each to be in first class. The ferry took about 2 hours but I saw some of the cool islands along the way. Once we got there I walked to the hostel and then checked in. After putting my stuff away and locking up my valuables I had some chicken fried rice and a banana milkshake. The banana milkshake has become the signature drink of the trip. It is either a banana milkshake or water for me. After lunch ...