Print Kamala Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the egg stand, fried breakfast, noodle soup, pastries, and juices. Another incredible hotel, Cape Sienna, set on the cliff edge overlooking Kamala beach. The pool overlooked the sea and called for us to take a dip, of course with a cocktail in hand. We tucked into some delightful Thai snacks, and not before long it was happy hour...so the cocktails were flowing! As the sun began to set, we moved to the upper sunset roof top bar for another happy hour, more cocktails, and ...
... grab our clothes and flip-flops before they were sucked into the sea. Luckily all of the electronics survived, but this rouge wave ruined our day at the beach. Now we had two 10-pound towels that were full of sand and water so we decided it was easiest just to return to the hotel. We encountered many other beachgoers with the same problem on our walk back to the pickup point! We enjoyed the rest of the day by the gigantic infinity pool on the ...
... juniper berry industry in Phuket.
"Won't you get sick of staring at those firm round berries and bushes every day?", asked Video Girl.
"A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do.", answered Javier.
This pleased Video Girl and Battery Boy, particularly Battery Boy, who could now focus on his other appointments.
Video Girl and Battery Boy had also decided to be a little daring tonight and leave the resort ...
... heard a baby crying and was very interested in it...
The tigers were so soft and the trainers instruct you to handle them firmly. The firmer the touch the better. The biggest tiger liked having his belly rubbed....totally surreal experience.
After a day with the tigers I had a Thai massage for less than $20 for an hour! Thai massages are no joke- my body was in all sorts of contortions!
... I attempt to chill on the beach but my mind was elsewhere.
Observations - There are lots and lots of Russians in Phuket. I think they are doing what the Brits did in the 60's in Spain, package holiday wise.
There are also lots of Swedish and quite a few restaurants run by Sweeds.
Some fish get washed up on the beach, much to the Thai's excitement, they rush out and start to pick them up. ...