Moby Dick Guesthouse
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... totally unaware of their appearance. It is interesting to look at couples. From my totally unscientific observations, most couples are similar in size. Men who are "fit" tend to have partners who are also in shape. Conversely, heavy-set men are often with equally large women. "Speedos" are very popular on this beach, regardless of the shape of the man's body. Hopefully, the partners of these men find these bathing suits attractive. ...
... So we gave it a skip.
Tony and I decided to stay in the port town of Ban Phe and Lee, Ali, Tiff and mario headed further south to check out the national Park Island of Koh Chang. Tony and I have both been there before, as has Lou, remember the fun we had LOL, so we stayed back, and haad soemtime to ourselves before he was ...
... 40 minutes later the wind died down and the rain had eased off. Several people asked if she was ok as she must have looked a bit washed out........ Chris was waiting at the door when she got back which I'm sure made all the difference. We have met some great people in Koh Samui and have included a few pics, not much to write about when your lazing around reading and getting a tan. Although sounds like the weather in good old Blighty has been pretty decent ...
... arms and backs. Not great for someone who hates insects.
On our sixth night in Ko Samet it was Elliot's 30th birthday. We had received a flyer earlier in the day on the beach for Muay Thai, or Thai Boxing, that evening. Elliot was keen to go so we planned our evening out. BBQ at Silver Sands then back up to Naga for Thai boxing. Sounded good to me. The BBQ was fab, even though I was thoroughly full after the big feed. It was obvious that in the ...
... him for one minute down the street. We arrive at a more chaotic minibus station and he gets in line for a ticket. We wait a bit and he eagerly rushes me over to a minibus that fills up before I get there. He then shows my ticket to the driver who has a puzzled look on his face, then asks a couple to see their tickets. They were on the wrong bus. I take my seat, in the front, only to have a little Thai dude opening the door to jump in the middle front seat. ...