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... pay and have to buy their own guns and radio's ( mind you thats easy enough here if you have the money) so they supplement the meagre earnings with graft. He tells us Patong is one of the most desired Police postings because of how much they can make and police pay Bangkok bureaucrats 1m baht to get a posting to Patong. Later in the day we see them at work collecting fines from scooter riders not wearing helmets.
We drive via Kata beach and the club med area, we hear about the ...
... us in, while I went straight to the dentist. Took about an hour to get crowns all fitted and adjusted.
Back to hotel to shower, then walked to markets for dinner.
Booked our Khao Sk tour, 3 days, 2 nights, bargained from 12000 baht each as advertised down to 8500 baht each, so pretty happy with that.
... big night, Ivan says it was the third best night he's ever had in Patong. Everyone slept late the next day, and when we say late, Vlad was the first of the older brigade to surface at 2.30 pm, Hissy and Resh were on the beach at this stage. After spending the afternoon in the pool, having a drink to say goodbye to Arielle and her mum Leanne, we headed out to a Swedish bar, played beer pong and eventually ended up at a place with a live band that was ...
... tastes. No delegating to the chef going on here. A group of Asians eating the same chicken at the same table can each be having entirely different meals.
In it's own way, the meal becomes an analogy of the Asian culture. Each bite of individualized flavor takes place in the midst of the crowd and bustling activity around the table. The explosion of flavor on the taste buds demands a moment of acknowledgement and seems to ...
... is hardly a beat up vehicle anywhere. They all seem to take pride in their cars. Skye spotted a car yard whilst we were travelling around and noted the price of one of them - it was 31000 Baht (just under $A1K). I feel the same vehicle would probably have sold in Australia for around $12-15K.
We visited the Big Buddha first - a very steep climb to the top of the hill. The Big Buddha is visible from most places around Kata Beach ...