|When visiting Phuket you will no doubt see postcards of beautiful sunsets. These were taken at Promthep Cape. Promthep Cape is located at the southernmost point of Phuket Island and offers a spectacular view of the sea and coastline. At sunset it becomes a very popular point with hordes of tourists all descending on the same space in hopes of capturing a beautiful sunset. Unfortunately we would not catch a magnificent sunset, but it was still an enjoyable experience.
|<< Arriving at Promthep Cape well before the appointed sunset time we explored different vantage points to select our position for the sunset photographs. Here I am giving Anne the "OK" signal that I did not fall down the mountain.
With the perfect site selected now all we had to do was pass the time until the sunset. That was the easy part!
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Singapore -- Orchard Road | Chinatown | Merlion Park | Arab Town and Indian District | Tang Dynasty City | Singapore Zoo | Mandai Orchid Garden | Sentosa Island
Hong Kong -- Hong Kong Island | Hong Kong at Night and the New Territories | Lok Ma Chau | Kowloon | Causeway Bay
Macau -- Monte Hill and St. Paul's | A-Ma Temple and Lou Lem Ioc Garden
People's Republic of China -- The Border and Farming Village | Lunch and the Ox | Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Home | Chinese Market
Bangkok -- The City and Weekend Market | The Grand Palace | Grand Palace (Emerald Buddha) | Grand Palace (Dusit Group) | Ayutthaya (Reclining Buddha) | Ayutthaya (Ruins) | Bang-Pa-In Palace | Chao Phraya River
Phuket -- The Hotel and Popeye | Phuket Island | The Beaches and Local Wat | Top of this Page
Japan -- Tokyo | Niko & Toshogu Shrine | Osaka & Kyoto | Visiting Friends | Nara | Hiroshima & Miyajima | Going Home
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