Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Thailand knows how to party

What springs to people's mind when they hear this are the full-moon parties highly popular with the young European tourists 

Last week in Phuket, the staff at Cape Panwa and Kantary Bay had their staff party. It kicked off with a week of football at the local school (Aonamboor) where the staff were able to show their true prowess – Phuket FC here we come…

Then there was the Raffle where every staff had a ticket and everyone won a prize – from rice cookers to a wide-screen television.

The next day was the Staff Sports Day that started off with a jog from the local village – specifically, from one of the tops of the many hills. 

Then the 'mardi gras' came to Cape Panwa – noise, singing, chanting, costumes, food and dancing! The staff enthusiastically participated in several competitions of takraw, volleyball and 'who's wearing the most outlandish costume'.

On the last evening a more traditional party was held in Phuket Town.  It, of course, involved more singing, dancing, noise and food – one week later they are still sharing their stories and photographs…


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