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... 8230; yep .. that’ll hold !! It did !!
Soon we were on our way … the master backed the boat up away from the Ocean Princess and then went forward … different … but it worked.
The ride to the dock was about 15 mins or so and once at the dock, we had a clearer view of the colourful fishing boats docked there - like sardines in a can. There were quite a few young men sitting on the side ...
... Oil Thai Massage for 300 bhat for an hour which is about 6 pounds.
All I can say is wow. That was amazing, so relaxing but painful, they were pulling my toes out of it sockets and making my fingers click out of place but the head massage was amazing I as falling asleep with her massaging my head and playing with my hair. The back was lovely up until she did my shoulders and really dug her fingers in...ouch but after we both came away ...
... a shirt identical to the tablecloth, further calling into question his taste of fashion. After joking regularly about Dad's new tablecloth shirt, we briefly returned to the hotel and then had dinner at a restaurant on the sand of Chaweng Beach. After finishing an adequate seafood banquet, Conor and I bought a sky lantern and released it for "good luck", before returning to the hotel and going to bed.
... an Indian restaurant again. Justin had pad Thai and I had penne with mushroom sauce. It was alright. I definitely miss Vietnamese food and Cambodia food. I'm quite disappointed by the lack of culture here in Thailand. It's all the same from one city to the next :( although the beaches are stunning!
The chewang lake is supposed to be another hot spot in this area. Coincidently we found a huge festival with live music, food, carnival games, and ...
... time with drinking it just in case.
Finally found the beach down an alley and it full people everywhere dancing etc. Broke through the crowd and strolled along to the south end passing drink stalls all along, partiers, fluoro clothing sellers until we met with fire dancers. These guys light up ropes/batons and dance with them, twirling them at a great rate. Impressive.
Then to the next stop which had a burning hula hoop which people were jumping ...