The Blue Marine Resort & Spa, Managed By Centara
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After dinner we went to the markets beside us. I brought something off my list mauythai boxing pants. They look so cool I love them.
That was today just moving day and I can't wait for the next 12.
We have missed a couple of blog days because the whole family has been sick. It is the Thailand bug that makes everybody spew.
I went down, Jordan went down, Mum went down and Zara went down.
The question is will ...
... yet (£3.50 each per night)! The area we are staying within Phuket is called Kata Beach so we went for a walk to see the area and found the beach front. We walked the whole way down (stopping to sit for a bit and watch people surfing) then spotted a bar at the end of the road with a surf simulator so we sat for a drink (it was pretty good free entertainment watching the newbies trying to learn, and mostly falling ...
... noon. We checked back in for another night seeing as we like the guesthouse so much and want to stay round this area for another day or two. Then went to the beach at about half 12 ish, stopping off for some lunch at a Thai restaurant. After we ordered, I remembered that the strip has a McDonald's which was what we both fancied, so we were so tempted to make a run, we hadn't got any drinks or anything but I didn't dare. So ...
... Island where the sea gypsies live. They were nomadic fisherman but now live on this island in makeshift huts (with 4 wheel drives!) then on way back to Mangosteen stopped on the side of the road where the mango trees grow and an army of monkeys were coming out of the trees - reminded me of planet of the apes.. School kids were feeding them bananas and peanuts. Was near on sunset when we returned - more than ready for the pool - ...
... with the authorities in Singapore.
We decide on a visit to the resident artist, Mr Sangsri, whp does beautiful work in pastel to do a portrait of Tim. We sit with him and decide on a photo to use as inspiration and the deal is done. 2000 baht ($87) is the cost and it will be ready Saturday before we leave. His work is great and he's also doing some coloured work for Pauline. Check him out on facebook.com/portraitsthailand
The 2nd thing ...