Riding along the narrow pathways of Phuket, we often came across salt chucks. The ones that remind you of all the holiday pictures that popped up on your screen while planning it.
Seasides are placed higher on our list than the mountains. Probably because we are water babies.
Most of our holidays end up alongside foaming waves.
We huddled up at the boats leaving for Maya bay and cliff diving. Luckily the weather was as blue as could be.
The Shangri-la boat cruise is a party in itself.
By the time you are back, the party continues at Malin Plaza, a night food market.
The night markets in Phuket serve A-Z of thai cuisine. If you are looking at indulging in some of the best local bowls, dig into these markets.
All you can eat – snacks, seafood, beef, chicken, pork, mango sticky rice, coconut, are available at dirt cheap prices.
Ignore the Crocodile.
Pick the bottles.
After a hearty meal, get introduced to some mad music & lights at Bangla road.
Its crowded like a cast of crabs.