By The Sea
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... moved over our heads to envelop the entire sky. It began to rain. Warm rain and a warm wind, pummelled the palm trees and blew sun umbrellas away. Hotel staff ran around frantically trying to stop loungers from blowing away and falling coconuts from killing guests. A tropical storm had taken hold so we took shelter in the balmy sea. We weren't the only ones.
A line of plucky brits had congregated in the sea, saying things like 'at least the water's ...
... one gets into a routine of ritualistically spraying the local herbal remedy of lemon grass infused with 'I don't know what'. Mosquitos and other bitey bugs hate lemon grass. Smells good too.
The bird song strikes the cords of memory. It is the sound of Indiana Jones films and Tarzan.
The most common bird in Thailand is the Mynah bird and is a noisy 'talking bird' that makes clicking, chirping, croaking and even ...
... tree lined mish mash streets of Phuket where lotus flowers, lush greenery and pretty sino porteguese architecture fight with utilitarian, dilapidated concrete structures, faded billboards and intensely coiled overhead cables that are so wild they seem organic.
Pulling into Cape Panwa hotel, on a remote peak of the island, we were immediately in Paradise. After a 22 hour journey we had made it! The hotel is beautiful, tranquil and has an elegent rustic ...
... bar before meeting up with Grahame's friend and heading to the boxing bar where buckets of cocktails seemed a good idea. We headed to a couple more bars then finished the night dancing on the party beach before we had to say goodbye to Blake as he sensibly left just early enough to catch a taxi boat back to his resort.
We headed home (via the 80 baht pizza place) and stayed for the last time in the hardest bed known the man (just one level harder than a concrete floor)!
... it has two big bedrooms and a long kitchen come dining room and living room with a big balcony! We grabbed a chang beer and had a natter before we went and got a taxi to take us up to Phuket town for the weekend market night walking street. The market was nice, it was huge and really got under the tarpaulin, we left Ellie and Sal in there shopping and we went and got a beer! Ha. Safe to say my tom boy side is coming out in me ...