Day 264 – Phuket Indy night market

We headed to a shopping complex in the morning to buy some supplies and on the way we stopped off for some donuts!

Some of the shops were interesting, the best item we picked out was a tiny rice cooker!

A rice cooker smaller than my head

A rice cooker smaller than my head

Donut time!

Donut time!

We relaxed a bit in the afternoon and then headed out to book a bus and a boat to get to our next destination Koh Phangan.

With it heating up John decided it was time to get another hair cut. Once again it cost around £1-2 and it took some time to explain that he wanted his head shaved. We got there in the end, however even with no hair he was still hot.

No hair but still a sweaty head

No hair but still a sweaty head

In the evening we headed for the old town again and ate at a little stall on an empty block. We had a very good dish of pad thai. It had a fantastic cartoon sign outside of a monk and another person sat on a bench. No idea what the sign said.

The cool sign outside the place we ate

The cool sign outside the place we ate

On the way back we ended up stumbling upon Phuket Indy Market, a night market located north of the old town. It was a mix of independent fashion designers, food, music, toys and drinks with goods laid out on the floor as well as on stalls. Really interesting, if only we had a bigger bag!

Phuket Indy Market

Phuket Indy Market

About Julia Chan

I’m Julia and I've just returned from the adventure of my life. I went travelling around South America, the South Pacific and South East Asia for 12 months, and I'd do it all over again if I could! Julia on Google+
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