Saturday, 10 December 2016

A couple of weeks ago I came back from an awesome holiday in Phuket and Kuala Lumpur with my girlfriend and five friends. It was so good to get away from the freezing Melbourne winter which seems colder this year than I remember it.

In Phuket we did snorkelling, bungee jumped at World Bungy in Patong and did a little shooting at the Phuket Shooting Range. We also went to see the Simon Cabaret “ladyboys” show. I must admit a couple of the ladyboys were so attractive that you just couldn’t tell that they weren’t women. It was so bizarre.

The food was one of the things I enjoyed most about this trip. The seafood in Phuket was fresh, cheap and plentiful. Well, cheap by Western standards anyway. I didn’t hold back at all on the lobster and mud crab. It was so delicious.

The last leg of the trip was a three day stopover in Kuala Lumpur before heading back home. Shopping and food are the two things I love most about KL. We also ate at the revolving restaurant in KL Tower, officially called the Menara Kuala Lumpur. The food wasn’t that great but the view of the city certainly was.

I’ll finish up with a photo of Andy Android, beautifully made by my girlfriend, Xuan. The shot was taken at World Bungy in Patong, Phuket.

Android In Phuket


5 Responses to “Andy Android Goes To Phuket”
  1. nita says:

    Nice trip for you! If I have anytime I will go Phuket too.

  2. gary says:

    Was there last week. Phuket was definitely fun!

  3. james says:

    Hey there, I was surfing around and stumbled on your site where I saw this great “Andy Android”. I was curious if they might be for sale at all?

  4. Kham says:

    Hi James,

    This is the first one my girlfriend Xuan created so it isn’t for sale.

    However, if there is enough interest I might be able to persuade her to create another one or two to put up on ebay.

    If one does eventually go up for sale I’ll also post it up on my blog.

  5. Phil says:

    I’m in for 5-10 Andys!! He’s AWESOME!

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