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Surf's Up Phuket-style
By Rebecca Wayland
17 November 2010





Surfing in Phuket


Don’t let the Monsoon rain in Phuket get you down, get out there in the ocean and have some fun!
 
Being a multiple Australian Surfing Title-holder, my husband is obviously a well travelled, very good surfer who has surfed some of the best waves all over the world.  He was a bit worried about spending 10 days in Phuket with me and not having waves to keep him occupied, but I had assured him that he would have lots of time to chill out, rest his back and have lots of massages and spa treatments; so he was finally convinced 10days would be OK.
 
After arriving at our hotel, The Chedi Surin Beach, in the darkness and not being able to see the beach, we had a quick shower and jumped in a 'tuk tuk', heading straight to the gorgeous Baan Rim Pa for dinner and a few (too many) cocktails.
 
The next morning we awoke at 8am, both with slight hangovers from the flight and cocktails and thought we’d hit the beach for a swim in the ocean before breakfast.  As we opened our curtain and looked out at the beach my husband’s smile got much bigger, I wondered why until I looked out into the ocean where there were very, very rideable waves on offer.
 
I can’t say the waves compare to anywhere in Bali or Indonesia that I have travelled to with him, and I don’t think Phuket will ever make the stage for one of the World Surfing Tour events but after expecting a little ripple, 2 foot waves was the perfect hang over cure and we were both pleased to have our surfboards with us since after Phuket we were going onto Bali.
 
 
Phuket I can say is a great place for a Monsoon break, even with a bit of rain you can still get out in the ocean and have fun on the little waves!
 
 

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Keywords: fun, gorgeous, Pleased, See, Phuket


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ray gibson
i love thailand been there 15 time , i will keep going there till i die, i just want to see more every time i go there , i love there ways , they dont sell there lands like we do , very careing to old people, very hard working people , i love them that much i have a beautiful girlfriend over there, she has a heart of gold, cheers ray
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