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I read on Reuters that “German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be travelling to Istanbul on Sunday, desperate to secure Turkey's help in stemming the flow of migrants from the Middle East to Europe, but without being seen to sacrifice their human rights.” As I was reading this I thought, but was it not her that a few years ago commented that she will be lobbying against Turkey joining the EU? And then a few paragraphs further in the same article I found ...
... Gris, which incidentally, was excellent. A dry crispy white, with an ever so slightly sweet tinge to it, exactly the way I like it. Thanks Lood. We drank a toast to Adri’s dad, followed by another. It was getting dark and we still had to have our picnic dinner.
Off we went to Chaweng beach, sat ourselves down right at the water’s edge and Adri began building those baguettes while I poured us another glass of Pinot Gris and we again toasted oom Japie. ...
... on Ko Samui as it had the least party/druggie vibe.
We spent the day trying not to get too sweaty after being kicked out of our hotel room at noon and not getting the train till 8ish. On route to the station we saw one of the strangest things we'd seen since coming out to Asia. A woman was squatting over a plastic bag right next to the main road having a number 2! We made a clean getaway and ...
... we all had a big one last night. The weather wasn't that great either so I watched a few episodes of breaking bad. Of course a nap happened too as we got in really late last night, around 5am nearly ready for sunrise. We then headed to the Greek restaurant again as it was so nice last night. Pre meal dinner to line the stomach. Afterwards James and Abbie (a couple from dinnington) came to meet us at our hostel for pre full moon drinks. They were on vacation but wanted to ...
... away from the beach bum resorts. I still cant get used to the endless jungle of palm trees and banana plantations, not to mention the lovely open blue sea on each side. We're very lucky!
The next morning we hit the beach, trying to enjoy the calm whilst we still can as the next few days in the big cities will be very different. I am now by far the most tanned and blonde I've ever been!
Later on we hopped back on ...