PHUKET, Thailand // After returning the sailboat, we booked two nights at the same hotel by the airport that we stayed in before. It was the closest place in Phuket to Yacht Haven Marina, and after getting off the sailboat all we wanted to do was sit in air conditioning, relax, and do errands.
We were staying in an area where few people visit, and it was great. Phuket is known for its nice beaches and party atmosphere, and we were here doing the opposite. We were in Thalang district, where there is not much to do, and not much of a town, but more of a single street with a few shops off of it.
We did laundry and filled out all of our visa paperwork to enter Cambodia. We found a little coffee shop Doi Chaang, and caught up on world news from having no internet the past few days. We bought a pair of scissors and Jenny gave me a haircut as we laughed for an hour straight.
Our Thai visa runs out in a few days and we have accomplished most of what we wanted to do in Thailand.
We are on our way to Cambodia.