Patong Cottage Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... ice cream, i don't know why as we really didn't need it but i saw them at the bg c and thought I'd give them a try.
Got back to the hotel and time for a swim and cocktail it was around 4:30 and was getting stormy again so didn't order myself tje happy hour 3 for 2. Sat down for about 10 minutes and soon enough the black clouds were above us, the wind picked up and a few large spots of rain came down so everyone scrambled, took my cocktail up to ...
... wines to choose from (for the great price of $4.00 a glass). This is also another opportunity to mingle with guests and Nikki is a terrific hostess who takes time to make introductions or to sit with us if it is still quiet.
Tonight's show is the singer Brenda Cochrane and we had heard good things about her show and want to take it in. Tomorrow will be to be a Sea Day as we make our way to Myanmar and a destination we are excited to see.
... is to get to our hotel, get our sexy bathing suits on and go check out the beach. The its shower, nap and then we'll go out. Depending on how we feel, we may skip the nap (we are only here for one day) but havent had very much sleep since we've got to Thailand. SO we'll see. We ended up taking minibus to our hotel in Patong Beach. As soon as we got there, I felt the difference between where we were before: crowded, americanized (Starbucks, McDonalds, Burger King) and full ...
... which was much less impressive! Though the appearance was nothing special the food was lovely! We ate fresh soft-shell crab and stir fried vegetables, all washed down with coke 'light' because there isn't any diet coke here! The night market was the final stop for the day. After organising a pick up time with Ay we wandered through the stalls and of course managed to get a bit lost. Each stall has its own form of walls and roofing so there were gaps in some places ...
... travel to Thailand tomorrow. Genelle will be happy, at least I hope so, she's here tomorrow and I've managed to write 3 days of blogs with her being here for a target, my creative talents are about at an end and I need her here to privide insperation for my writing - regular readers of my blogs will know what I mean.
Back to Sweet again for dinner, pad thai and watermelon shake for me - an alcohol free day. A walk back via a nutella crepe from a street cart and exploration of ...