Phuket Merlin Hotel
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... to get into KO Muk & the emerald cave but too much of a swell so had to miss that. WE are now just looking ahead to the next island that look like a good place & picked up Phi Phi Don, it turns out to be a real tourist attraction but thanks fully it’s not yet peak season so not too bad with the crowds. Ashore had a lovely meal & walk around to the other side which is obviously the Party side. In most places we stop they are doing lots of building, ...
... for as we were supposed to be dropped to the hotel, but this is Thailand!!!!)
We found a bus into the town then found some helpful locals who directed us to our hotel and made our way there! We dropped our bags off and went to explore Phuket Town.
We walked and walked and walked but other than a few cool statutes and buildings there wasn't a great deal to see and the rain started again so we took ...
... We met at Ska Bar and then went to eat across the road at Lamuan Restaurant where we all had their rather good massaman curry. The atmosphere was a bit muted though. Sue was tired and Sheila wasn’t drinking (much) as she was on antibiotics for an infected toe. I called into Nature Bar for a beer on the way home. The staff there had asked me one night last week if it was my last night? (I’ve no idea what gave them that impression.) Tonight I ...
... on the beach.
We decided to go to Phi Phi next even though we had heard that it was awful. However as we would be passing it on the way to Phuket we decided to check it out for ourselves. Unfortunately the rumours were right, we loathed it and couldn't wait to leave, thankfully we had only booked one night. It was SO sad to see a tiny, beautiful little island which had been stripped of its identity. Destroyed by the Tsunami in 2004, the locals had apparently begged ...
... every meal we had fresh watermelon and pineapple too. As there was not much to do at the lake we put some music on, drank beer and played card games all night. I thought i would really struggle sleeping that night as it was very wooden with an open air bathroom. I could hear alot of animal noises too. I didnt sleep too badly. I woke up a few times in the night to use the toilet, i put my torch on in case i saw any bugs but luckily i didnt. As soon as ...