Mei Zhou Phuket
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... I would rate it as about the best I have ever seen. Last stop was at Khai Nai for some "lee laksing" . Everything was for sale including a visit to the toilet. It was a long day but I thought a real value for money tour and I really liked it. I just wish I had a water proof camera.
Daz and I both went all day today without a beer.
Tomorrow we fly to Bangkok. We don't have accommodation booked there but we are going to look around Khao san Rd to find something. ...
... the monkeys,(Until one attacked Amy(Worse than getting bitten by a Pony) today as she stepped too close to his sunflower seeds), but in General we are glad to get away to the mainland.
I write this from Ao Nang, where you won't believe what kind of accom we got for half the price of Railay. You really won't believe how crazy nice this place is. I should have taken pics at Railay but the place didn't warrant even that.
... Grandmas birthplace. We all had a few beers in the shaded bar on the beach which is real basic but in such an awesome spot. We both did not feel too good after the hour drive back to hotel so a swim in the awesome pool where we are staying then a lye down followed by room service has sorted us. I can only load the odd pic that has been taken on my phone as the rest are on the camera so can show more when we get home xx
... difficult. Luckily, we arrived at Happy Hour so cocktails were only 99 baht. Phi Phi is known to be a party island so I think you could find a happy hour almost any hour of the day, if you tried.... And not very hard. After explaining that this weekend was a Thanksgiving at home, we had to celebrate a bit. Definitely not a turkey dinner, but still delicious. We then went to explore a bit, but got separated from one another. Jennifer and ...
... low quality rubbish. and again, there must have been around 1000 visitors on the island when we were there… it does take way form the magic somewhat with the noise of the long boats, the shouts of stallholders and generally overpowering sound of a hundred different languages all being spoken at once.
That pretty much takes us up to our return once again to our home port…
An advert for the destructive power of tourism - James bond and Phi Phi Islands.