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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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After a good night's sleep we were feeling so much better than yesterday. This was the day to listen to the sales pitch, but we politely declined the offer to buy a membership after hearing what he had to say. It was easy enough to do because it meant we have our weeks accommodation for only $95! The rest of the day turned in ...
... our luck, it was open and we went inside, found a seat to lie on, and slept for several hours. When we woke, the airport was full of people, and it was pretty embarrassing. We had to wait a while to be able to go through and check in, so we slept and read our books. Finally, at 11am, we were allowed to check in. We went though the dodgy looking security checks, and check in desks, smoothly through immigration and then spent the last of ...
... all enjoyed having them eat peanuts out of our hands. Wherever you go there are little market shops but honestly in this heat I am not interested in walking around them.
After we finished feeding the monkeys we all got back on our bus and headed back to our resort for a shower and some relaxation.
Tonight we are heading to our final dinner buffet. Tonight's buffet is a BBQ of the land and sea.
Take care ...
... road to Patong and came across many shops, bars and restaurants. We pulled up at our hotel and couldn't check in until 2.
We had heard many mixed reviews of Phuket, some say its like a club 18-30's style of place, others think its worse and others say its pretty cool...ill let you read our thoughts!!
We were both really hungry so went for a stroll and ended up in a outdoor shopping area with many restaurants that was ...
... conditions were perfect but because Roel has packed all his boat up to be shipped there's no sailing involved but it's only a few hours journey to the ship anyway.
On route there are lots of local fishermen in their long tail boats, they are scooping up large pink jellyfish in nets apparently for the Japanese market, it's interesting watching them. We have really beautiful scenery on the way to the ship which is anchored near Ao ...