Montana Grand Phuket
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... steering clear of both side edges of the path, which had deep drains and dense growth.
In first gear with the engine brake engaged, we crawled down the hillside, where Des smilingly said “We’ll get a bit more of that as we go along!”
So that was it for the Phuket side of town. We headed straight for the lovely coast of Patong Beach and settled in the delightful Coconut Village Resort.
... at the back, captains suggestion). When the boat went over a huge wave Daz was accidentally was thrown from his seat into the air holding onto the bar! A member of the crew grabbed him and politely suggested he sat at the back. Obviously all I did was laugh while daz's face turned green and he thanked god for saving his life! It is rainy season in Thailand at the moment and when it does rain it pours! Liverpool has it easy we think, although after the 5 min down pour it is ...
... arrived at the doorway of the Customs Office where they watched the Italian Customs Officer arguing with a Bulgarian tourist, who had been arrested for theft and fraud five years ago.
Eventually the Customs Officer flicked his hand at the tourist in a dismissive and insulting way telling him to go away and then called the next tourist up. Instead of processing this person's claim he decided to argue with the Bulgarian again for several minutes then called ...
... one of the employees climbs into the cables of the parachute to steer. "F that", Cody and I say to each other. We walk on the boardwalk back to our hotel. Every 6 feet we have to say no thank you. "You eat here, very good food....no thank you", "happy hour, only 80 Baht...no thank you", "hellooooo massaaaaaage....no thank you", "tuk tuk (mini taxi).....no thank you". We always continue walking. A man approaches Cody and shakes his hand. "What's your name? You need suit? Only look, ...
... only festive things are very commercial (like light displays and hotel staff members that wore Santa hats but still greeted us with "Sawatdi"). So we started our Christmas Day off right, then went on to do completely non-traditional activities. We were picked up around 8 for a "join-in" day, meaning we were part of a randomly-assembled group of people who were all interested in the same excursion. The outing was called Khao Sok Discovery, which in total would involve a visit to Khao ...