ibis Phuket Patong
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... burnt on top of original sunburn. Never fear, lady with ice and aloe Vera on beach soothing their skin for a small fee. Sitting here in an Irish Bar. John Denver playing, take me home country road.... Bustle bustle. Sunglasses? More beer? Although there is such poverty, the people here are great and also desperate. But they don't want charity. They want you to buy what they are selling. Vicki and I have bought about 2000 baht worth of magnets ...
... a day full of animal fun. Firstly we got up nice and early. Had our cereal we was having every morning and got picked up round about 7am. It was only about a 40 minute drive to where we had to go so wasn't to bad after picking up others. We arrived at the elephant trekking. We was both well excited even though we had done this before. We ended up with the youngest boy driver there with our elephant, he was only 21 and lived in basic lived ...
... and neon overload. It's dizzying but the atmosphere is great, it feels completely safe and everybody is happy. The new Police Commissioner has recently put a stop to the ping pong and novelty shows so the reality is a lot tamer than it once was. It is, nevertheless intoxicating. We ate Red curry and chicken and cashew nuts, watching Old boys feeding their ting tong's oysters. Compelling viewing!! A great night and looking forward to what the beach will bring ...
... hours and did some damage to our wallets on t-shirts, shorts, jocks, sarongs and a couple of tops. We were trying to get the kids to barter and Jack's trying to get the hang of it. Ti had one go and didn't feel comfortable so I had to finish the job for her! I'm not into it much so I don't blame her. We stopped at a bar for a cold drink and I said thank you in Thai to the lady. Brad had to ask the question again! She also confirmed that she says Ka and he says Krap. He still ...
... secrets revealing all the best spots (be they undiscovered virginity or sweat-soaked endless parties). And everyone's just a little bit nervous that they won't find what they're looking for, that they'll miss all the amazing stuff. I think Garland's 'The Beach' is still very relevant in describing the mindset of many people who travel the Thai islands. We arranged a minibus and longtail boat transfer from our hotel in Trang to Koh Mook (this time for a reasonable price). Longtails ...