Dewa Phuket Resort Nai Yang Beach
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... living near the border with Switzerland, Lucette, so charming and sweet.
There was a group of Chinese who ate tons of food that they took in some coloured plastic bags. Atavistic hunger!
Chinese are generally interested only on food and photographies. They take tons of pictures every day, when they do not eat and sometimes they combine the two facts.
I bought some cocoa oil for ...
... quite expensive as you have to have 3 days of training before you can go out on your own, the beach is really nice and sea quite calm compared to other places we have been. Along the beach is a small street with about 15-20 shops and restaurants and nearly all have seating and tables on the beach for those nice sun setting moments with a nice glass of juice haha. On another note we experienced quite a violent storm which went on for over 3 hours just nonstop heavy ...
We spent 8 days in (or should that be 'on'?) Phuket, 8 glorious days. The weather was hot, the villa could not have been more perfect, we had a pool, the beach was a mere 10 minute stroll, we had air con, we had access to cheap noodle soup and fried chicken…what more could you want!?
We spent most of the first day in the pool, just because. But that evening we went on a little outing to Phuket's most famous show - Fantasea! Now we'd been told not to take our camera ...
... that. We also tackled some of the exams – ASA Basic Keelboat, ASA Basic Cruising and ASA Bareboat Skipper.
Mark, Indi and I all visited Tesco Lotus again in the rented Honda Jazz the night before the Liveaboard. We stocked up on supplies for Mark and Indi snacks. The Tescos we visited in Phuket tended go be part of big shopping centres surrounded by many restaurants. One time we had a Korean BBQ buffet cooking all our own meat on a table hot plate surrounded by stock ...
I got the ferry a 0700 from Koh Tao , this took 2 hours to the mainland and then 6 hours on a bus to Phuket. I was dropped off 30km away from Rawai where Sinbi Muay Thai is located. The taxi driver was hopeless and didn't have a clue where to go despite telling me numerous times before getting in the taxi he knew exactly where it was. Lucky I knew where I was going and I arrived half way through the ...