Twin Inn Hotel
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... at our new favourite cheap place, but it wasnt to be....they had run out of food!! Oh well we werent very hungry anyway.
So instead of dinner we had a 1 hour foot massage. Probably much better for us. Feet, legs, hands, arms, neck & shoulders all included for only 250 baht each (about $10).
We finished the evening with a fruit smoothie sitting by the marina.
We arrived at Mandalay at 4am. We argued for a little while with the taxi drivers, until one finally agreed to take us in a chicken truck, it was an hour away so we settled in for the rest of the journey in the truck. We finally arrived at the airport after scaring each other talking about the possibility of being kidnapped. The airport looked completely closed, and we were ready to spend the rest of the morning asleep on the floor outside, ...
... we were ready to get back on the boat.
Our final destination was a Buddhist temple and monkey cave. When we arrived at the temple we had a quick look around and posed for a few photos before heading up through the light and dark caves. Once outside the caves we purchased some peanuts for the wild monkeys that had all gathered waiting for food. We were warned to be careful as they are wild monkeys and they can bite ...
... we could get it cheaper and surprisingly a taxi was costing over 700 bhat each so I think 200 was deffo a bargain.
We got off the ferry and directed to a small minibus that was decked out to look like a limousine was pretty posh for Thai standards!! We set off on our 35 min journey and within 5 minutes noticed how much more commercialised Phuket is compared to beautiful phi phi and Krabi but still thought it was ok!
We continued down ...
A friend from the Yacht Club was taking his boat from Phuket to Antwerp on a cargo ship, Sangtong and I ended up sailing to the ship with him to give him a hand with the ropes but I didn't realise what I was letting myself in for.
We got on board at the marina, unfortunately Drew and Tony couldn't come as they had to sort out visas to remain in Thailand, so we wave them off and set off on 'Colonel' a stunning schooner and head south. ...