Sri Panwa Phuket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of steaming noodles on a day out and women with small children in tow doing their local shop.
The prices were much cheaper than anywhere else we had seen which was a surpise as we had assumed the markets would be best for bargains. Being movie fans even Thailand could not prevent us from a trip to the cinema! We arrived just in time for a showing of Jurassic World in English and bought two standard tickets for the total cost of 200 baht! (About £4) ...
... sight as he hops about.
As you may know tin plays an important part in Phuket’s history and the island has a stronger Chinese presence than any other Thai province due to the influx of Chinese labour over 100 years ago. One of the results of the tin boom is an impressive collection of colonial-style tin mogul mansions dotted throughout the island, in various stages of disrepair or recondition.
One of the ...
... on a hill and so to reach the beach you take a quaint little tram. We went to the Bamboo Bar and enjoyed our first real Thai food; a prawn red curry with fresh basil for Anthony and a sweet sticky spicy chicken stir fry with cashew nuts for me accompanied with Pina Coladas. Sated we returned to our room for a nap, falling immediately asleep in the comfy bed.
The hotel caters for everyone with a number of restaurants and bars, however at the bottom of the ...
... Our night seemed very typical of Koh Phi Phi life. Since our hostel is on the beach we started playing drinking games here. Slap cup is way more fun when any spilled beer just gets absorbed by the sand. Right next to us there's a bar called Stones bar and their fire show raged on in the background. Our first night we were absolutely in awe of the fire performers who are equal parts acrobats and jugglers. There were even kids who performed in the ...
... little kids busking were pretty good once you got p***************ly microphone! We had a job finding somewhere to eat and coincidently ended up in a sports bar but it was called 'Anfield bar' haha Scott loved that - not! Food was yummy but it took us ages to try and find a taxi on the way home. the place was a deserted ghost town apart from the bar we had just came out of! It was quite bizarre!! Finally we jumped in the ...