Twin Inn Hotel
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... hairy moments when the busses tried to pass us on the bends on the hills. Fun (sister) panicked a couple of times but we made it OK. Of course we had to stop at the pub on the way home.
Tonite we went to Banzan markets for dinner and I think and earlyish night probably. I had prawns, pineapple and bugs. I don't know what type of bugs but I had 3 different ones and they were tasty. One was grass hoppers but I don't know what the others were.
... ordered a ham and salad roll from room service. Then I went downstairs to head to Tour Phuket Zoo.
The funny thing is that for every taxi ride I have had the same cab driver. He must hang outside the hotel on purpose! The 20 minute cab drive to the Zoo only cost 149.4 Thai Baht or $5 Australian.
Phuket Zoo was like nothing that I had seen before. There were trainers lying on top of crocodiles, and monkeys not in cages, just walking all over ...
... wear it to Richmond games as Jeep sponsor the tigers. We didn't have dinner as we weren't very hungry, but Pudd had an ice-cream. We then had a drink on the gay strip and got talking to a nice older gay couple from Glasgow, Scotland. Because of the 10pm curfew we headed off at about 9.30pm and got home just before 10. We were both pretty tied and it wasn't long before I was in bed ...
... I felt bored soon after I arrived in Phuket. I had booked a hotel for two nights, but I realised one night was enough for me.
Anyway, as soon as I arrived at the airport, I was deceived by a travel company in the airport.... Actually, the banks in the arrival area of the airport were closed and I didn't have Thai Bahts at all. The travel company was exchanging currency for arrival passgengers, but their rate was terrible like a scam. ...
... phone calls to secure us accommodation for the night, we ended up staying three. We paid a fraction of the cost had we gone through official channels with the nearby resort; result!
During one particular evening meal, we noticed a great deal of water slowly creeping through the village, and upon enquiry it emerged this was just the tide coming in. With all the buildings built on stilts, there was no danger of flooding, but it’s ...