Palmview Resort Patong Beach
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They have a website you can check out and we choose Pum's Little Shoes @ 1,500 Baht or $60 AUD which includes 3 dishes of your choice and goes for 3 hours.
This is what we choose to cook
Husband - Pad thai, Peneng curry and Chili chicken
Myself - Pad thai, papaya salad and satay chicken
We had a full class of 8 and it does get a little squashy but had a lot of fun and it was a class with all Aussies, one particular gentleman ...
... Joe had been to Phuket before and were staying onboard. We could get a cab but the roads were not that great and having to be back on board by 3:30 was a deterrent. Others on this cruise had been to Phuket before, but they had docked at the other end of the island and were able to walk off the ship into the main city of Phuket (the area hit by the tsunami) and they had enjoyed it very much and were unhappy about docking this time so far from the action. As our ...
... down to Singapore I think it is, to make their way back home. SO that won't happen (I work with Rachelle at RBC, Nath;s her wife and Phil and Isa are their friends who also live in YK with us). I know a girl names Breanne who's in Koh Tao working there as a dive instructor. Met her in Yellowknife and she's been gone since (she also lived in Mexico as a dive instructor there too). Woulda loved to hook up, but she gets to Koh Phangan a day after we leave ( SO today i think it ...
... of corellas. While we were waiting for the bird show to start we watched a magician perform some tricks and met some horn bills. We also held a toucan who slapped Sally's arm with her meat treat! Once in the bird show we saw macaws and sun parrots who had races and macaws who rode tricycles amongst others. Sally and I were called out the front and given big leather gloves with a meat treat to hold so we could attract the sea eagle and eagle hawk to us as they flew over ...
... at all. And few or no f....g tuk tuk drivers or touts selling shopping trips to gem traders etc etc etc!
We find some book shops ( gooday fellow book club members), I found a 2nd hand copy of Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey for 200 baht ($6) but no copy of Culture Shocks and Canapes, what a bummer. The shop owner didn't speak English, hows that! Dale found a book written about a bloke whose son or nephew ( need to check what it was) they know in Cobar. Still on books, I finished The ...