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Travel Blogs from Chaweng
Rachel, Ben and Jonny arrive safely! Ready for an epic 2 week adventure.
Started off with a tour of the Siam area (looking at things we can't afford!), MBK plaza to see the literal miles of indoor shopping/identical phone shops!
Saw Iron Man 3 in the most comfortable cinema ever, cheap caramel popcorn too although the occasional fish …
... no intention of doing so. Particularly since I think drugs (including alcohol) are a fallacy anyway. Why should I need to be enhanced? I should be (or will eventually be) at my optimum day to day right? That's why I expect I'll eventually give it up or at least massively cut it down. But not quite yet! The evening was a chilled one. It was good to have a day of not being under the influence and I cut out ...
... then.... Domestic! After lunch she refused to get back in our 4x4 with our driver and opted for a different driver even though all 4x4s were taking the same route back. We ended our trip with a visit to the mummified monk (wearing RayBans) and to the Grand Buddha! Biggest Buddha we've seen yet! Arrived back at the hotel at about 4.30pm. Ditched the idea of the Full Moon Party because of bad information and went for food! What we do ...
elephants sensing the danger, lifted up some baby humans they came
across and took them away to the hills, for them to be safe. The
elephants are very sensitive animals. But nothing is as sensitive as
an awakened human being. Allow it to be, allow yourself to wake up.
The only important thing you can do in your life is to be fully
awaken. Then your life has a meaning, then you can really live your
life. What you'll do once you have awakened ...
... Nan and Grandad on hers, whereas D just wanted to play with fire and watch the pretty light disappear into the night sky.
As well as the beach Chaweng exceeded expectations in the rugby stakes too as we made our second attempt to watch an All Blacks game. This time we chose the very nice looking, and totally local Tropical Murphys and well and truly crossed our fingers that the odd shaped ball would make an appearance. The bar was showing a Chelsea game on the ...