Sudala Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a while, made a few purchases and stopped at Blah Blah Bar for a drink. As darkness fell we walked down through Bang Niang towards the sea. This was to be Nicky’s last night and so, as is customary on first nights, last nights, special occasions etc, we went to eat at Chong Fah Restaurant which is on the edge of the sea. We were disappointed to find that all the tables next to the water were already taken and we had to settle for one further back. Our disappointment ...
... them of what would now be my late arrival.
The fact that all the flights were showing an estimated departure time exactly 4 hours after the scheduled departure time gave me little confidence in their accuracy. The Phuket departure time was now estimated for 12.40. Soon after midday however the flight was called and we were all ushered onto buses for transfer out to the aircraft. Our problems were not yet at an end though. The very ...
... hour and was very relaxing.
Then a short long boat ride to the area of the caves, we had to trek for one hour to get to the caves. The canopy of the jungle protected us from the sun and it was quite cool, 28 degress and 70% humidity, we weaved our way back and forth over the creek/river which provided us constant opportunities to cool off, very refreshing.
We walked, swam and waded through the ...
... described as a canteen. Here there was an array of ready cooked food for us to choose from. We established what meat or fish was in each, which were spicy and which weren’t and made our choices. They were served with a plate of rice and the usual selection of salad leaves, cucumber and extra chillies. We each chose a cold drink from the fridge and once again were amazed when the total bill was less than £3. The food was lovely but very spicy, and “Thai ...
... it was difficult to keep in the shade.
That evening the lights flickered once or twice at around 6.00pm but it was only when I went out to meet Phil later that I discovered that half the town was in darkness. There were no street lights and all the businesses on the sea side of the road had been hit by a power cut. Luckily we had chosen to eat again at Wimanthip Restaurant which was on the side with power. The food was up to the usual high standard ...