Sawasdee Guest House

Address: 65 KateKwan Rd, Kathu, Phuket, 83100, Thailand | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 65 KateKwan Rd, Kathu, is near Surin beach, Paradise beach, Ya Nui beach, and Banana Beach Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Kathu

    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND INDIA AROUND THECORNER

    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Dec 05, 2014

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    ... Cristiano Ronaldo is not as talented as Leo Messi and to compete with him, he must train a lot. He also informed me that Portuguese teams as Benfica are full of foreign players as Inter Milan and that after this, the national team is getting bad, because can not count on local players.
    We talk about the Portoguese trainer Mourinho who gave a lot of satisfaction some years ago to Inter Milano when he trained the Italian ...

    Day 5

    A travel blog entry by ppool on Jul 08, 2014

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    Breakfast is a shadow of its former glory. Zoe has only 3 chicken nuggets rather than her usual 10, Emma has a piece of toast (the first proper thing she has eaten in 24 hours), I have an omelette and Stu has only two modest sized breakfasts. My system still isn't quite right and stu isn't feeling 100% either. Not deterred by the bad weather we all troop off to the pool. Given it is not as sunny the weather is actually quite nice and overcast. Emma writes in ...

    Day 14 - Oppa Phang Nga Style

    A travel blog entry by cara_michelle on Dec 26, 2013

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    ... early and we drove to the pier, where our larger version of a long-tail boat was waiting for us. As we boarded, Pui explained it would be about 40 minutes to Phang Nga Bay and that it might be a little bumpy, since the slight wind was creating a bit of chop. We, however, are those people who laugh and pretend we're on a roller coaster when there's turbulence on an airplane, so this was of no concern. As the boat sped along and we hit slightly larger peaks, the water ...

    Phi Phi Island

    A travel blog entry by grannyhutchens on Jul 02, 2013

    Today we journeyed to the Phi Phi Islands. We rode a speed boat, with about 20 other people on board. Our tour guide was Alan. He was a sweet young man, who called Wanda and I first Mom and second mom. The boat ride was crazy, very rough although Alan called said it was just a little choppy . The captain maneuvered that boat every way possible. He turned and twisted, and the more he turned the wetter we got. By the time we got to the first ...

    Phuket

    A travel blog entry by gail.koff on Apr 12, 2013

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    ... with chair covers as nice as any wedding at home, and treated to a wonderful lunch including fried chicken, curried chicken, local fish, tempura shrimp, vegetables, omelette (?), and the always present fried rice. Thai people consume an average of 1/2 lb of rice per day (huge portions every breakfast lunch and dinner). How can they stay so tiny? Then we were off to James Bond Island – The island made famous by ‘The Man with the Golden Gun' as Scamamnger's hide ...