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... clash between Port Adelaide and Hawthorn so we watched that. We then decided to not venture too far that night so we walked down the road to the Kamala Beach strip where there are bars, restaurants and shops. It's a 5 minute walk from the resort, but when we got there we were pretty much the only tourists around. We both weren't that hungry - I'm really enjoying eating a big breakfast and then just snacking in the late afternoon and waking ...
... is the most popular and developed beach, but certainly not the prettiest or cleanest. We’ve found a much less crowded beach to the south and we hope to find a condo for the next few months. We took a day trip out to some fascinating karst islands and used small rubber "canoes" to pass through the caves inside. There were a few monkeys that come down the side of the hill and our guide gave us bananas to throw to them. Inside ...
... The rest of our time was spent swimming in the Andaman sea (in the
Indian Ocean) or the pool and simply vegging.
The Outrigger resort is situated on its own beach with rows of
thatched-roof bungalows facing the bay. The first two rows are deluxe
Jr. Suites, the smaller and less expensive ones are behind. On the hills
overlooking the bay are villas with private pools. Our bungalow was
... bus driver then just took us straight to Patong Beach instead of continuing the tour, but the boys didn't mind as it allowed them more shopping time there. After dinner on the beach, the boys spent a couple of hours shopping. We then when for a "gentle" stroll along the (in)famous Bangla Rd, with its Ladyboys, touts, and animals. Bangla Rd is synonymous with Phuket and is arguably the tourist hub of the island (as Koh San Rd is in Bangkok).
... about paying that for fakes, but I guess normal Nikes are made in China anyway, so they can't be too different, I just wouldn't expect they'll last very long. We stayed out for probably another hour then stopped for something to eat and had our cheapest meal yet which was $17. Admittedly there was no beer ordered today, so I guess that made a difference and the boys had a soup each which is around $2 each. Home, showers and bed for a much needed early ...