Siam Palm Residence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sights including muff and nips, even a bulge inside a pair of hot pants. Thailand delivered. The true seedy Thai experience will wait because Jane and I are keen to share it with Clarkey, Big B and Mally in Bangkok (the pingpong show). As we walked the streets we were offered ping pong show after ping pong show, and more... Mouse show, darts show, bird show, writing show, whistle show, the list went on. There are some imaginative and talented ladies ...
... doesn't have a face....well, a face worth mentioning, she is lacking eyebrows of any sort and it throws all the dynamics into disarray. Jack and I hang out with a lovely pair of Canadians and then later on some more pom's, they're everywhere. I pull the 'carrot' trick on them all and it works a treat, although having 'carrot' written on your hand all night makes for some strange conversations. Then we wake up, it's 12 the next day. What the actual **** just happened? Time flies in ...
Patong was mental. After a day on the beach with the girls we got back to our hostel (which was very decent) and got ready to go out. We were joined by a guy from our dorm and we walked to the local market, along the way I seen so many cockroaches I almost passed out waaaaaaa :((( it seems very typical of Patong though cause its such a touristy place with lots of restaurants and bars. After the food market which was yumaaaay and a little wander around we went to Bangla ...
... shot by who only had one leg that was attached to a rollar-blade and he whizzed down the road using crutches for momentum. Shocked!! This was truly impressive and mad at the same time. Apparently he's lived in the area for a while. Some other crazy things we've spotted.. a Boy with broken leg in a cast riding his Mo-ped with crutches under his arm and a Mo-ped adapted with hut so that girl in wheelchair could drive it and we've noticed all the school kids have mopeds. All ...
... stunning modern Thai temples I have seen. After we visted the Big Buddha, sitting on top of a 400m hill, it is 45m high and 25m wide. The Buddha's base was covered with scaffolding, but was still impressive upclose and provided great views over Phuket. My Thai friend Phet encouraged me to get a blessing from the monk, a new experience for me. He put a bracelet on my right ...