Andaman Seaside Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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We arranged for a big long tuk tuk called a Sorngtaaou to pick us up at 4am. Me and noel were fast asleep when the alarm went off it was hard work getting up and out. People were still out on the p*** when we drove past to the airport. We paid 400 Bart but wish we had just tried to flag one down now as could have got it cheaper. It only took 10 minutes to get there at that time in the morning. The flight left on ...
... a fishing market and restaurants. Its interesting, the crabs, lobsters and some fish are a alive in tubs, some pretty reef fish in blues, yellows and pinks lay in trays of ice, it has a real fish market smell about it so we decide not to eat here as Genelle and Mark won't eat seafood. Maybe another day, but it looks clean enough.
We then drive up to the Central Plaza, Phukets version of a Westfield shopping centre. Dale buys a T shirt, And we have an ice cream and a few chips ...
... I have had all of my laundry done properly (which is a godsend as lots of my stuff is now stained by ****** laundrettes) and I am being totally pampered by Dot (who is a complete angel) her husband Hamish and Nida (the nanny/helper) are also wonderful and making me feel right at home. Their children Sammantha and Stuart (7 and 10 years old) are super cute and it's so comforting having children around- it's making me miss Flynny boy ...
... the engine being fired up as we were dragging anchor and Keith had decided to find a more sheltered spot. I say we were both woken up but in reality only Russell made it up on deck to help whilst I zonked out and missed all the excitement. Now, its at this point that the week started taking a different turn. Although Russell and I had had a great first 2 days, Gary was already having a bad week. On our passage up to Koh Phanak he managed to loose one of the winches ...
... busy here with a wide mix of nationalities.
On Tuesday we spent the day on the beach which was wonderful. For lunch we had chicken and pork kebabs from a local Thai food stall and a mix of Thai fruits for desert. The locals are so sweet and have been very kind to us. On the evening we decided to be brave and take a tuk tuk into 'Patong' – what an experience! The main street, Bangla Road, is crazy, it was full of go go girls, ping ...