Chongfah Beach Resort
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... guests these days staying at Phu Khao Lak and the bungalow next door had been empty for a few nights I now had new neighbours who had inconsiderately parked not just their Toyota Landcruiser but also a trailer full of watersports gear immediately in front of my bungalow spoiling what was normally a very pleasant outlook. Nicky offered to nudge a few palm trees on her way out to see if she couldn’t precipitate a bit of a coconut-denting-accident.
... was continuing to Phuket. We had no idea where we were or how far we were from our hotel and I had no intention of walking anywhere with my foot. We hopped (literally) into taxi and 2 minutes and £2 later we arrived.
We were so tired we just laid on the bed until early evening before we ventured out for something to eat and then went straight back. There's a bar on the main road which plays live music until 1am but we managed to sleep through ...
... the "hot-pan fish" option at Red Chili restaurant. We both chose the snapper and I had it with red curry sauce and Phil chose the Thai basil and chili sauce. Both were delicious and filling. We ended the evening with a couple of beers at a beer garden. Phil discovered that the Chang beer he had been drinking had a strength of 6% which would explain why he had been tottering off home each night and so is now considering changing from big bottles to small bottles!
... was going to close the bar as he was feeling “very bad”. For several days the place was in darkness each evening and I was beginning to fear that he was indeed “very bad” but now thankfully he had recovered and I could once again take my usual seat on his verandah and watch the world go by.
The mystery man, Alejandro, was waiting at the office when I arrived at 8.30 on Monday morning. He was 24 years old, ...
... from one end to other. Surprisingly, there were very few. Then we learned that it had been Thailand’s ground zero when the 2004 tsunami hit, as it was completely exposed to the massive waves. It was difficult to imagine the devastation and loss of life (estimated at 10,000 or more) as we walked its calm stretch of sand while the water gently lapped the shore. (After we departed Thailand, we watched Tsunami: Caught on Camera and were astounded that ...
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