Travel Blogs from Patong
... without touching the sides - well, not much anyway. By the time we leave Pauline iz back to a reasonably normal colour, and has feeling back in her lips.
More dvd shopping, Genelle shops for more clothes, poo pants for Annette ( she got them for 200 baht Annette) , hey, why do they call them poo pants? Its not a very nice name or conotation for a piece of adult clothing. Oh we also buy a bottle of GlenFiddich scotch whisky for Oz as a present - knowing he loves whisky after he told us ...
... be seen. (Despite the odds, and my albino origin, I made it out with minimal burn).
Our days here usually consisted of
- Step 1: Wake up around 10AM
- Step 2: Walk 4 minutes to get to the beach
- Step 3: Have a $2 fresh fruit smoothie for breakfast, and drink it under a giant umbrella chair
- Step 4: Lie there
- Step 5: Sunscreen, & repeat
... person aspiring to do it one day too; I know, I thought I knew what it meant, and what came along with it, but honestly, every backpacker has a different tale and story, no two backpackers will share the same adventure. And coming to this realization is what makes backpacking so brilliant! It's unique to everyone, whether I wanna stay in a 12 person dorm, where Bubba from Malaysia feels the need to use A535, lathering his entire body in this ointment before bed, and making my ...
We arrived late in Phuket and stayed outside one of the main towns on Karon Beach. A quieter place for some relax time! We were only here for 2 days and 3 nights so both days were spent on the beach, although the weather was overcast the majority of the time. Monsoon season just started at the beginning of May so we are getting used to the changing weather. The beach here ...
... on the back of scooters with water guns and sidecars next to motorcycles carrying people and water. People from the street throw water at the cars and motorcycles, people in the backs of pick-up trucks throw water and each other, and a great time is had by all. Even us silly tourists walking the streets get to participate, but unlike in Phuket, it was a very friendly, family-oriented environment. After walking along some (dry) ...