Rawai Bay Shore Hotel
Travel Blogs from Rawai
... get heavier and heavier until it was pouring when we left that beach! We still had another snorkelling spot and beach but we had to skip it cause the weather was too bad. We did stop off to kill some time but it was pretty crazy! This island had a nice food area and a tonne of lounge chairs but we were off again within 10 minutes cause there was a storm coming (we thought that was obvious)! We managed to get some food and have a pee ...
... Adidas cap. Pudd bought two pairs of Adidas sports shorts, one in the Richmond colours. Tonight Patong felt busy again. The vibe was back, which was great to see. We then walked the gay strip but decided not to have a drink and went home. By the time we got back it was after the 10pm curfew. People were still out everywhere. Patong would have been still heaving. Anyway, we fell into bed and went to sleep pretty ...
... and heavy branch that i used as a barrier between us and the dogs. Once past i was hesitant to let go of the branch but after some persuasion i let it go only to find more dogs on our path. Luckily i found a lighter longer branch which i then carried the rest of the way. What was meant to be a leisurely walk ended up being 3 hours of adrenalin filled fun. In the end we made it back to the camp safe and sound. I will certainly laugh about that walk for ...
... 8211; Wat Chalong. To get there was an adventure in itself, as public transport in Thailand isn’t the most well oiled machine. The ‘bus’ (I use the term lightly – a truck with seats would be a more accurate description) will only take you somewhere if enough people want to travel to the same place, so until then you just sort of sit waiting in limbo in the makeshift vehicle, hoping the driver decides it’s ...
... Luke's Birthday cake there. After dinner, Luke broke down a little asking why we had to leave Phuket. He really got attached to the people and beautiful city. After dinner, we went back to the hotel and saying goodbye to Mr Moo (our driver) was very sad. Angelique broke down crying saying she would miss Mr Moo, and we all felt the same. We packed our bags. I slept with Luke and Jo slept with Marcus and Angelique. It was a fine day again, and we are all going to miss this place very ...
Other places to stay in Rawai
22/1 Moo 2 Thepkasattri Rd, Rawai | 3 star hotelfrom $35
16 Moo2, Viset Road, Rawai | 5 star hotelfrom $123
67/18 Moo4, Rawai | Hotelfrom $18
66/2 Viset Road, Rawai | 4 star hotelfrom $43
43/234 Moo 7, Rawai | Hotelfrom $30
80 Moo 5, Rawai | 3 star hotelfrom $35
86/24 Moo 2, Soi Wasana, Rawai | 4 star hotelfrom $29