There hasn't been a great chance to explore the place we are staying yet. We have managed to find two pools, a pool bar, the exit to the beach and the pool table, but there is lots more to discover I am sure. On information I garnered from a neighbour's recent visit, Nai Yang beach is a quieter beach than the usual suspects (Patong, Karon, Kata), but still with lots of local places to eat and drink and shop and massage. And it is only a few minutes away from the airport, which is adjacent to the water park, which is one of V——'s favourite holiday activities, so we thought we would try it. I can't recall where our neighbour stayed, but it may have been here too. It seems like one of the nicest options in the area, right near the beach and wackily different from many Thai resorts. It is called the Indigo Pearl. I'm loving the steam punk feel that they have created as homage (please pronounce that with a j—homaj—I always think its more sophisticated that way) to Phuket's tin mining heritage. I just love industrial art. Here are some of the other things I love so far: a deep amazing bath on our balcony; feather pillows; an industrial sized pool table; a rope-pulled barge over to one of the restaurants; a dress code. I'll share what else I find with you.
Who wore it better?
Doing the link-in love-in today with: