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Phuket is actually another island (the country's largest) but it doesn’t really count because it is connected by a bridge and so you can drive there. As we only had one night, I managed to convince Anja that we should go to Patong, which is the grimy and seedy area. The minibus driver was again bonkers (maybe this is a normal trait for them?) – he stopped on the main road a few times to relieve himself and when he was dropping people off ...
... They jump to the ground, they paint the face with a white and red powder, in short, they are very passionate and contagious.The atmosphere is truly spiritual that I almost put in crisis, partly because I'm reading the book of Aurobindo and the Mother who is impressing me much.This morning I went back to the temple, so I saw it in a day and night version. The Indians pay 5 rupees, us tourists 50, that is 10 times as much, but it is only 0.75 euro!I did buy two bags of silk ...
... only a couple of others. We also brought our own drinks and food to the pool. We came back to the room at about 5.30pm and decided we didn't need dinner so we stayed in and went to bed early. The state of martial law that has been declared means that we have to be off the streets by 10 pm so we had no problem ...
Paul and I were awake at about 5 seeing I had had so much sleep the day before. I was still feeling a bit funny in the tummy but seeing it was our last day in Phuket, I was determined I was going to do the Island trip. I only had a piece of toast and a cup of black tea for breakfast. I took gaviscon, 3 gastro stops, electrolyte and a sea sick tablet to get me through the day. Thankfully it worked ...
... the coast to Phuket where we left for what I thought would be a day snorkling trip. Turns out we were actually taking a power boat to an island where we stayed for three nights and explored the surrounding ...