Baan Phu Lae
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... around a few filthy streets, stumbling along full of beer and fast food. I loved my time with Helen on Kosan road many years ago, so maybe its about where you are at in your life, as opposed to where you are at in the world, hmmm? The Thai’s must have a horrid conundrum on their hands with us tourists, on one hand we provide a lucrative profit stream, and on the other a continual stream of annoying, embarrassing and inappropriate 20’s, 30’s and 40 something ...
... plays over and over and part of the fight is for the boxers to sway to the music. At some points in one fight it seemed the men had no interest in hitting each other or being hit themselves. In the latter fights I started to realize that the fighters pictured on the posters did not resemble the people in front of me - had me wondering. The final championship fight was great with both guys - a Swede and a Czech throwing bombs at each other. Odd and unique experience for me ...
... and is one of the best beaches we have seen on this trip so far. Unfortunately everything good comes to an end one day- after a week of blissful laziness we had to leave Thailand as our visas were about to expire. Heading to Malaysia now. Jakiś czas temu Shane postanowił nauczyć mnie grać w szachy - nie zdawaliśmy sobie sprawy ile czasu spędzimy staczając bitwy na szachownicy, szczególnie na wyspie Lanta, która ...
I knew while I was on Koh Phi Phj Don I wanted to hop over to Phi Phi Leh to see the place where the film The Beach was set, Maya Bay. Yesterday's weather was so nice that I hoped we'd have the same today for our afternoon boat trip but we really didn't. I had to be carried to the boat because I couldn't get my foot wet and we were about 30 minutes in when it started raining. We went to a few bays which were really pretty and the water was so ...
... more great food and the Welfare Centre.
We pulled the bike in for a cliff edge lunch at Sea Gypsy. The bamboo tree-house swayed in the wind and the service came with a tourist smile only. The view of the tiny islands and sandbanks dotting the coast was great. The roads on the East side are as deserted as the west at the moment and we quickly rode on through the hills at the islands centre to see some kittens, cats and ex pats. The Centre homes around forty dogs ...