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... sorry if this blog post kind of sucks. I accidentally hit the delete button and lost the entire thing when I was at the point of proof reading it last week. I guess that is how you learn to not write novels on "notes" since you cannot save it. I also learned that I might want to unclog my cloud and have notes backed up periodically. Ah well being slow means one is always learning though unfortunately that dreaded affliction called a.g.e. (right Catherine?) seems to always be one step ...
Getting up at 4:30am was surprisingly easy. I heard something move near the packet of biscuits on my shelf, gave it a little nudge-nothing, then a second to make sure. I squealed like a pig when a lizard scarpered out. If that hadn't scared me enough to life then finding Sally the cockroach on her back dying was the thing to do it!! Post mortem revealed Death by deet, after spraying it ...
... than the curry itself! There's not much to see or do in this place, it's just a convenient layover from the airport really, so we headed back to our balcony with a beer and the iPad to make our plans for our time here. Day 2 Today we were going to move down South and get to the beaches we had come here for. Like I said before, we're not much up for the backpacking life right now, and instead of getting the bus we booked a private car to take ...
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Room nice and big with good terrace onto the gardens for monkey viewing. Bathroom small with a weird door to shower which meant floor got wet after a shower rather unnecessarily. Room clean except an old packet and cotton bud lying by the side of the bed which was weird as they were very easy to spot!
... and the chance to have exciting accompaniments like ice cubes, fresh fruit and salad. This also meant we could take a beer break with a cocktail or two. Never underestimate the importance of ice cubes! On Tuesday, we decided to take a tuk tuk to Jungle Beach (there is a very different, jungly area here). However, our awesome driver took us to the Japanese Peace Pagoda instead along with ...