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Travel Blogs from Bophut
... it a draw and I paid her 250 Bht. After all that bliss (!?), we walked along Chaweng beach in search of cocktails and food. The road from the hotel to Chaweng is expensive, hilly, noisy and full of touts. The beach, path (which runs parallel), is flat, has less touts and has plenty of nice hotels offering food and happy hours. We walked along the beach and had dinner and cocktails at one place before hopping to several different places before settling on a place ...
... over to me and introduced himself as George from Germany and I subsequently introduced myself (only being polite). He then wanted me to film him with his camera as he was also doing a blog. We then had a lengthy discussion on blogs as I am now a seasoned pro. He lives on the island a few months at a time and then flys between there and Germany where his wife is at the moment (I'm gladded he dropped that one in there as I was a little concerned he ...
... night market that we went to twice an amazing choice of strange food, no one disliked anything that they got and there was a lovely guy with a cheap cocktail stand, he was really chuffed when we came back the following night. I invented my own drink "Tilly tequila" and by the end everyone was asking for one. We had late nights every night so I am definitely lacking sleep. Last night we started at half 4 for a free beach BBQ, (which was rubbish, there wasn't even a ...
... Something fishy was going on for sure. Sadly, this blog will be sans fish photos, which is unfortunate because there was so much beautiful marine life in myriad colors, shapes, and sizes! If you would like to know what they looked like, you can Google the following:
-Crocodile needle fish
-Blue lined grouper
-Tail spot butterfly fish
-Tailfin batfish (we did not see ...
... the job. Our place was tucked away up the hill, round the bay from Haad Rin (the location of the full moon party) so we could watch from afar if needed. We were staying in a little elephant themed bungalow. It was definitely one of the quieter areas near Haad Rin, but a wooden pathway had been built to connect us to the beach. The room was basic, with a semi outdoor bathroom, but the resort had a little pool and restaurant/bar, plus a spectacular view over the sea. All in all ...