Phuket Merlin Hotel
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... make a cup of tea, something I had been looking forward to all afternoon. Normal service was eventually restored however and the day finished on a better note with a tasty meal at Orchid Cafe and a couple of beers at Sakai Bar.
The sky was blue again on Tuesday morning. Before heading for the beach I thought I’d show my face at the office in case there was anything I should be doing in preparation for Thursday. I fully expected the answer to be no but ...
... told that it had been ruined by tourists. The next day couldn't come quick enough and if it wasn't for carrying the backpacks we'd have legged it to the boat.
So, so far and not so good. We were now on a bit of a downer now after visiting four different places and only really loving one of them. It was no wonder then that we were dreading Phuket, the biggest island in Thailand with a big reputation. It's probably occurred to you by now that we like the small, ...
... returning to Khao Lak and I had booked a bungalow for them at Phu Khao Lak. They had that day had a nightmare journey but had arrived eventually. We arranged to catch up on Wednesday.
As usual we were in the “Smart Classroom” at Tablamu school all day on Wednesday. Despite the air conditioning and fans it was a long and hot day. The classes were small however and well behaved. The teacher generally sat in too, to keep an eye on them. We taught ...
... water wasn’t as clear as it could have been and also much of the coral seemed dead. This tallied with accounts I have heard from other day trippers and divers visiting the islands.
As we were talking a young couple arrived whom Ken knew well. They were from Brighton and had both been tsunami volunteers here 10 years ago. During the volunteers’ reunion over the Christmas period I had heard that two of the volunteers had got married on the ...
... home we called into a temple and tried some yummy food from the street vendors including traditional singapore noodles and banana pancakes. Next stop was the cashew factory, a tax free shopping store and then back to Patong Beach to board the ship. We watched a movie on the pool deck then dinner and then everyone hit the hay for our last full day aboard the ship. ...