Swissotel Resort Phuket
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... towards Patong Beach, a popular tourist destination. This time we took the “new road” which was much more manageable than the abandoned ocean road we attempted to take the night before. The streets of Patong were home to endless restaurants and bars packed with tourists. And where there are masses of tourists, there are masses of people there to exploit them. This is actually what drove us away from Patong. When we parked Scoot-Scoot ...
... which most of it was spent in security. This made Adam an unhappy traveler! We got a bit to eat then waited for delta to get I together to load the plane we are on. It's a 3.5hr flight. We have about 1.25 left. The pilot warned us of turbulence once we get to Texas. Then a ride to park and fly and along trip across the lake, showers and bed! So far the travel time has been 30.5 hours. I hope to pull in the garage by 1:30. Making the trip home a little over 33 hours. Sent from my ...
... Paul thought his throat had been cut! A little Thai man took our photo as we were getting off the boat...strange. Lunch was a buffet style affair in a huge undercover area, which, to be honest, was not flash so we swerved lunch and went down to the beach for a swim, which was well worth skipping lunch for. Cool, crystal water...and much saltier than our Australian water, we noticed. Then we wandered over to a little market and bought a few things, then back to the boat. As we reached ...
... to experience before. For example the majority of the enrichment structures in the cages we provide are fairly solid; they need to be so that they don’t break and so we don’t need to go into the cages to fix or replace them. But out in the real world where branches bounce and snap, vines swing and plants have thorns; the learning curve is steep for a young gibbon. Thankfully he only underestimated a branch once (that we saw) ...
... to see Patong. Out hotel is in a little touristy town and is built on the side of the hill. The is a bit of a hill to get to our rooms, but there is a golf cart to shuttle us up which is great. After settling into our very nice rooms, we took a walk to Kata Beach. We stopped for lunch along the way. The beach was formed for tourism. It is a long finely white sand beach which curves gently around the bay. ...