Padi Madi Guest House
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... I got absolutely thrashed! At one point she/he was even giving me pointers for each shot which meant one of two things: 1) Her/his competitiveness was overshadowed by pity or 2) She/he just wanted to lean over me to show off her/his strong muscles – either way, this was certainly a compromising position I had never been in before!
After a good laugh loosing too many games of pool we moved on for ...
... 6 hours ahead of everyone at home and if I wanted to get home it's 12 hours of flying, but actually I can't wait to get on it! In a few days I'll be visiting the ruins of Angkor Wat and be in the third country of my little adventure. Well, no temples today as I've decided to save those for tomorrow. Wasn't feeling too well this morning so I had a little nap and then took a wander down through the streets. It's a wonder ...
... to eat and where to drink. This included the best street food places, the best rooftop bars and of course the best non-dodgy massage place. Thai massage. Well this was an experience, more akin to slowly being beaten up and having all my muscles poked and prodded over an hour. I have to admit it was relaxing, I squealed like a little girl throughout but the jiggly muscle aches I've had for years have now gone away completely.Sarah thought my constant squealing upset the ambiance ...
... Thai massage and foot massage in the first historic massage school in Thailand. This palace was much nicer to us. the Reclined buddha is very impressive.
We then walked out to find that because of the rain there was a traffic jam and taxis would take forever to take us back. An elderly old man, offered some help with a map to direct us and we genuinely thought he had no intention to trick us. But some way ...
... My connecting flight in Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok got cancelled and therefore I had to wait another 7 hours for the next one instead of 2. The flight to Kuala Lumpur however was quite pleasant, although I didn't manage to get much sleep. Since I had to wait for 7 hours at the airport in Kuala Lumpur, I was able to sleep for three hours here though, which actually helped me to stay up until around 12 that night.
Once at ...