The Emerald Bungalow
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... about for whatever reason. Time to make a retreat. Some stars are appearing. With no light pollution the night sky is perfect for stargazing. We missed the full moon on the 19th. We'd forgotten about it, and we were in town, and not on some island party beach, so it wasn't obvious. Early dinner was vegetable fried rice and fried rice with shrimps. Fine, but not that hungry. We're packed up and ready to roll. But ready for bed ...
... grande famille, des nouvelles routes partout, des complexes hotelières et centre de shopping qui attirent des touristes venant principalement de la Chine, Australie & Nouvelle-Zélande, Europe et pays voisins qui aiment dépenser leur taux d'échanges élévés. En approchant les lieux touristiques on remarque des belles photos panoramiques sur les panneaux routiers.
Notre Vitamientje (voiture) montre des signes ...
After we'd managed to drag ourselves from the mental Phi Phi we found ourselves in a nice little hostel owned by an America guy called Brian in the small town Krabi. Brain was quite and calm but super cool and had many of stories about the tsunami that hit the island in 2004, he was scuba diving at the time and had told us he managed to cling onto a rock underwater when the wave took out the islands. He was very brave and told us for days after ...
... while unable to find our hotel...which was apparently five minutes away. But quickly forgot about all of that when we saw it.... It was beautiful! Fiona and Joanne chose it and did a great job... Swim up bar, beautiful pool and deck area filled with palm trees and pretty luxurious rooms to top it off. We threw down our stuff and headed out to explore the beach. We decided to walk along the beach and see what this island had to offer in terms of beach and activities ...
... nutritious foods everyday and getting back the energy I used to have. As much as we have found really tasty food on our travels in most places its just a high carb low vitamin diet and it certainly takes its toll after a while. Then there is the more frequent beer consumption to deplete your energy even more. We head to Penang in Malaysia next where I hear the beer is expensive and the food is amazing which sounds like a great opportunity to get ourselves healthy ...