Phuket Merlin Hotel
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... party, we made the decision to miss Koh Samui and head straight to Koh Pha-Nang! This was mainly due to the fact that all of the hostels on Koh Pha-Ngan require a minimum stay of 5 days around the time of the FMP. The other factor was a special persons birthday, which we wanted to spend on Koh Tao.
Our hostel on Koh Pha-Ngan was the first real party hostel that we have stayed at (Blue Dream), and was probably the dirtiest. I really enjoyed my child sized ...
... very close) to see if it was standing and to try to retrieve some of her belongings. We managed to. On the way racing back to our hotel (we wanted her with us) I saw a working ATM. I have no idea how this was still in order and so quickly withdrew the maximum amount of money. There are the most incredible people I have ever met in Nepal....however, there is a dark and twisted corruption present. I knew we needed money in case we had to buy our way to ...
... to the main strip to have a look in the shops and find somewhere for dinner. I got another fridge magnet so I’m happy.
We stop of for a final drink (Pina Colada for me!) and I start thinking about my long journey home tomorrow. Should I have planned it differently, so I didn’t have to travel for nearly 18 hours to get home??!!
I get up early to have breakfast with Mum ...
... with views out across Chalong Bay and Lone Island. You can even rent a long tail boat to visit Koh Lone just a few minutes ride across the bay. During high season a small wooden shack sells unique beach accessories that you wont find on any other beach in the world. When hunger strikes the famous Bamboo Beach Bar/cafe serves great food and they have a range of interesting non - alcoholic beverages that you ...
... eating Martin went off to bend the ears of the teachers on one of his pet subjects no doubt, whilst I received a Thai lesson in names and colours of fruits from the little girls.
Then it was time for the last and always the worst class. They were not sat in stony silence when we arrived, but involved in a noisy brawl on the stairs. We managed to sort that out and get them into the classroom but they were still hyperactive and in and out to the toilet and to ...