Phala Cliff Beach Resort & Spa
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... meters away was our hotel (Sea Breeze Bungalows). There were fire dancers and performers going on. This was a great welcome. Most of the entertainment on this island is located on the beach. Clubs, Restaurants, Stores, Coffee shops. I like this. Every morning was a great view and very relaxing. At night you can still enjoy the beach cause there are many people around. There are many beaches so if you want to be alone you just need to stroll down till you are away from the ...
... pavement watching the world go by which is far more entertaining than sitting in 'Cheap Charlie's - a cool expat bar but you have to listen to international expats droning on about which club they are a member of and so on. On the pavement we have met a few different characters like the 'entrepreneur' from Bangladesh and numerous Indian's with whom we chatted about everything from cricket to life in India and their recommended destinations. We have been indulging in ...
... Mind you, lots of people can afford scooters - they are everywhere and generally with 2, 3 or 4 people on them.
Many of the big double decker buses are brightly painted with colourful murals. It was quite odd to see buses painted with Mickey Mouse, or Snow White and even one with Santa Claus and his reindeer! Others had more Asian-like motifs.
Work is work, so not all that interesting. But at lunch time (11 AM!) we headed across to the ...
... so. After about an hour we arrived in phun phin to catch the train back to Bangkok. It was delayed by 2 hours so we had to sit in probably one of the worst places in the world with the rats and street urchins and sweat it out. The 13 hr train journey was a welcome relief.
Back in Bangkok we went to the weekend market. It was absolutely massive. You could buy literally anything, including pets.. puppies, kittens, squirrels in woolly hats, frogs, fish, ...
... night when we got onto the Sangsom buckets. We be-friended a rich Australian guy who was looking for a bit of a chat in English which was missing from his 'relationship' with his Thai lady friend. He kept the tequila shots coming and by now we were more than happy to chat! Because of it's proximity to Bangkok, a lot of the richer Thai people come to the island for the weekend and the island got notably busier which was good for our night out.