Patong Palace

Address: 39 Rat-U-Thid. 200 Pee Rd., Patong, Phuket, 83150 , Thailand | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 39 Rat-U-Thid. 200 Pee Rd., Patong, is near Instyle Fashion Bespoke Tailors, Sunrise Diving, Sea Angel Cruise, and Mai Khao Beach.
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    Hmmmmm, this sucks

    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... doctors, nurses, needles or anything) he looked at me and started laughing as he knew and I was panting and breathing hard I started to cry it was absolutely absurd but I couldnt help myself! I put my head down on the desk and tried to get the blood to come back to my upper body. We ended up going upstairs to what I can only explain as a room with two beds two couches that looked like they were from someone’s house and an old TV. He lay down on ...


    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Dec 14, 2014

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    ... before arriving at the border that separates the state of Tamil Nadu to Pondicherry. The driver had to be issued with a permit, fortunately it took only five minutes.Pondicherry was a French colony until 1954, as the Portuguese Goa. The major Indian cities were founded by the British in the mid-1600s, before Madras, then New Delhi, Bombay and Calcutta.At Pondicherry we visited the beautiful and interesting AURONVILLE, that is the spiritual and meditation city ...

    Phuket for the 7 day liveaboard

    A travel blog entry by wheresindi on May 14, 2014

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    ... out but I don't think the instructor remembered quite how much it would go out as later in the evening we were walking our dingy along the pontoon and across about 50 metres of mud and rocks back to where we could refloat it again. Once back to the boat it was time for the night sail. We sailed and motored 20 nautical miles that night, using lights and beacons to get us to where we wanted to be. Dan and I alternated between one of us steering and one of us sitting at the bow to look ...

    Phi Phi Islands

    A travel blog entry by mark_deb on Apr 11, 2014

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    ... we boarded the boat again and Bob (our tour guide) spoke about Viking cave. You can't land here as it is national heritage site and the Vikings have paintings on the walls inside. There is an even a family living here, we saw young children sitting on the rocks.
    We then ventured around to Maya Bay where we swam and walked around for about an hour. On the other side of Maya Bay is Loh Samah Bay where the ranger lives ...


    A travel blog entry by littlefixie on Dec 02, 2013


    So after a 9 hour flight (which was surprisingly ok thanks to candy crush and yoga magazines) I have arrived in Phuket. I won't lie, pretty much the whole flight and on my arrival all I could think was 'oh god what have I done'. This feeling was further amplified when talking to my taxi driver who was horrified when he realised I was travelling alone, not meeting up with friends, and just asked 'but why?'. However I tried not to ...