Inn Patong Beach Hotel Phuket
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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This was a last minute decision and we were lucky to get a great room price at short notice. The room was clean, quiet and central to restaurants, bars etc.
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We'd not planned on visiting Phuket but unfortunately we'd had to leave Bangkok earlier than planned after only spending a couple of days with Darren and Gig. We'd got onto the Internet and found a hotel just back from the beach that was offering a really good deal for a couple of weeks.
While we'd been in the capital, we'd …
... saw a sign for a food court and decided to head there as we hoped it would be inside. We found the food court, it was part of a shopping centre, a little bit like the white rose food floor but maybe a quarter of the size. It was mainly thai food. Different food sections for different types of food so a drink section, ice cream and desert section, fried rice section, noodle section, seafood section, meats section, light bites and western dishes section. We wandered ...
... around Thailand but after a few very wobbly starts and a couple of shrieks and screams we started to get the hang of it. We finished off our day with a passion fruit margarita at a bar right on the water. We then went to a seafood restaurant and had a lovely meal where we ordered lots of different local dishes to try. It was all so fresh and it's great getting to try things that you wouldn't get at ...
... predicament. When in a weird twist, one of the women at the info centre said she could take us to the waterfall in her car. With no time to remember stranger-danager, we got into her 4x4 with her two small children and began our adopted family day out. We went to the waterfall and the Gibbon rehabilitation centre (where Gibbons rescued from “work” in bars/markets as tourist traps were nursed and released back into the wild, although it is good that the Gibbons ...
... thier own unique dishes thrown in. The Killing Fields are a most see.
The bus journey between Phnom Penh and Siam Reap gave us the best sights and insight into Cambodian life, - shacks on stilts, people relaxing on hammocks in their front yards in the mid-day sun, the importance of farming - it did seem poorer than the areas we saw in neighbouring Vietnam.
We really liked Siam Reap and again would like to return. Their crafts were even ...