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... It was especially horrible having to queue in the water to get back on the boat not being able to do anything about them being all over us! We then went to Bamboo Island, somewhere I hadn't been before. The journey felt like it lasted forever, the water was so rough throwing the boat in the air a lot and as we came back down the waves were smacking us in the face and the boat made cracking noises like it was going to snap in half, it was ...
... where we realised we had made our first mistake. Instead of being "first class" and have our own compartment we were surrounded by Thai people and their sweat, not only that but they pretty much had brought their whole entire farm on the train too. There was chickens (although I didn't see them I heard them) loads of dogs and also a cat..... Thought brilliant absolutely bloody brilliant, oh and a Thai boy broke my window too. I'll also leave the toilet situation to your imagination. ...
... throw an Aussie rules ball around as though nobody else is staying in the hotel. Thankfully they are quiet at night. I am going to see if they leave the net up, if they do, it won't be there in the morning. Just applying Reid's Rule No. 1 - The No ********s Rule.
Today is Dale and Pauline's wedding anniversary. I wasn't sure but they asked me to take some photos of them with a photo taken at their wedding. So while Mark and Genelle sleep we ...
... more shopping and then they tell us they organised a bus ride home for us back to patong, while we were shopping , with a bus load of Russians!
They had a laugh, then said their goodbyes, and we set off in squishy loaded mini van! Haha.
We really did have to laugh, but it's what they do here.
We got back to motel, sat back for the arvo, and watched the sun set.
Bundy and beers in hand!
Another day done, Phuket style.
... where we booked in for 2 nights. After dropping our stuff, we headed straight for the beach for the day and settled down for the day in the sunshine until the monsoon was on the horizon, when we decided to run for shelter to a nearby shop. We were hounded by the locals to buy watches/tuk tuks/suits/massages/small children; the list goes on. We got back to the hostel and everyone had put Olympus has fallen on in the common ...