Golden Sand Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Sand Inn Karon
The golden sand inn is an excelent hotel to stay in Phuket. Its rught by the beach and the cabanas we stayed were really nice. The only lack attention to details such as the garden and cleaninness
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... up for months how the
shopping at Kuala Lumpur was so cheap and how there’s shops for days but a box
of Lindors costed about $50 Australian. She’s clever that one. Carolyn nearly
bought a handbag for 295RM ($100AUD) but she didn’t think she’d fit much in it.
So it wasn’t even worth shopping anyway. We did find the food-court and we were
kind of disappointed that there wasn’t any ...
... at Cafe Opera. Wow! Best meal so far in Thailand. Great atmosphere which included live music by a great local guitarist/singer with a large repertoire. Will definitely be returning to this place for dinner again. Bought a couple of wrist bands from a street vendor who entered the restaurant, 3 for 140B. Jacqui then stopped by a shop on the way back to our hotel where she bought 3 sarongs for 600B. Bit of a trek up over the hill to our hotel, but what a great ...
... 15 ft swells. It was pretty crazy in this little speed boat thats for sure, almost like being on a roller coaster.
Anyway, we made it all the way back after a day of snorkeling and hangin on the beach at Raya Island... not we're just chillin out, gettin cleaned up (sand is EVERYWHERE!) and thinking about what delicious beach restaurant we want to eat dinner at tonight... hmmmmmm. So much delicious food! Love it!
More to come ;)
... amp; pleasant, Bobby's only complaint of the day was having to hear their conversations in the back for the long drives and not understanding a word. The kids were cute & feisty, constantly singing cute songs, but once again, we didn't understand any of it !
Our first stop was Wat Tham Suwan Khuha, and Wat Tham means "cave temple". The large reclining Buddha is situated in the rather grand ...
... him to perform like a little trick pony! We are both comparing bruises and know it might hurt more in the coming days! After much lounging to recover his afternoon, we have been back to kata kitchen for a slap up meal, it is the best in Phuket. I think our final days in Phuket will be quite leisurely, we are letting our digestive systems settle. I think we may well be ready for a change of diet. I will be shopping for some prunes, this could be ...