Patong Beach Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... of water on a fallen tree. We made it to the top, sweating buckets but were amazed at the view. It was astonishingly beautiful. We were surprised to see a white man at the top sitting in the sun reading a book as if he had made this waterfall his permanent residence. We decided it was best not to disturb him, he didn't acknowledge our presence so we let him be. We trekked back down and were not pleased to find an absurd amount of camp kids making the ...
... a shop, but the people were helpful enough. The airport bus leaves at 10am, not 9am as we had read on the internet, but that was ok – better to be early than late. Unfortunately we had no Thai Baht left to pay with so we had to find an ATM. Tickets bought, we chilled out for an hour. The news/panel discussion show seems to be discussing the floods in Thailand. There were a few bits in English here and there on the ticker at the bottom of ...
... get a big mortar and pestle when I get home and start working on that.
Another thing I'm changing my mind on is the beach. I usually schedule a few days at the beach to rest and I usually regret it. In general, I'm not good at relaxing travel and still don't really get the point, but this place is making the beach fun again. By this place, I mean Kata Beach on Phuket, kind of the third of the three big beaches of Phuket, which are Patong ...
... that my friend Tracy has been training at for the past 3 weeks, so she recommended it and was able to tell us all about it and help us sort out the details. Not being particularly keen on punching and kicking bags myself, I was desperate to try and work in some Yoga while we were in Thailand, and was able to find a little place called Ganesha Yoga Shala, which had 2 classes a day at the same times as the Muay Thai Training Sessions, and just happened to be situated right in ...
... Again, we hit the beach for another drink fuelled evening of fire shows and dancing.
The following morning we headed to the Phi Phi Viewpoint- a climb to 186m above sea level via hundreds of steep steps. Given the climate this was a killer and we were both dripping and exhausted by the time we got to the top. The view was, as suggested, absolutely stunning. They had photographs dating back to just after the Tsunami up there allowing a comparison and it was a real eye ...