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... ordered a ham and salad roll from room service. Then I went downstairs to head to Tour Phuket Zoo.
The funny thing is that for every taxi ride I have had the same cab driver. He must hang outside the hotel on purpose! The 20 minute cab drive to the Zoo only cost 149.4 Thai Baht or $5 Australian.
Phuket Zoo was like nothing that I had seen before. There were trainers lying on top of crocodiles, and monkeys not in cages, just walking all over ...
... br> Instead I went back to my favorite nightclub profiting that they offered drinks at reduced price, happy hour, a beer for 80 baht, two euros.
I made friends with two young Russian boys and then the show of the transvestites particulary wild tonight,started, paused by truly enthralling music that made me dance till one a.m. in the morning when I was tired and decided to take a motorbike taxi back to my hotel room.
... Sunday 21st was a beach day, beginning with a late breakfast (at Starbucks... In my defence there was nowhere selling pancakes)!!! The beach isn't quite Loh Dalum standard but I still enjoyed it & managed to actually read some of my book! I had to move to the dorm across the hallway that day as everyone was leaving my dorm, I didn't fancy being alone again haha! After dinner I went for a beach walk with a guy called Yousef from Saudi Arabia, who kindly gave me his internet ...
... police station and pay 200 Baht to get the license back. All good!
Got cleaned up, and Nina and I jumped in the car to go do a little more exploring and we found a beautiful beach to hang out at for a bit.
Stopped back at the hotel and picked Mom and P Ae' up and headed to Patong beach for dinner and a little shopping.
Not a very eventful day, but it was fun!
... quiet and nearly deserted beaches. North from these properties, the beach runs to the Sarasin Old Bridge, which connects Phuket Island to the Thai mainland.
After breakfast as part of our stay at T-Villas, our hotel, we decided just to chill at the beach at Nai Yang and save the walk and exploration for Wednesday.
We also had laundry to do and carried our dirty clothes in our laundry bag. On the beach, several ...