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... because I was at the front and was the one to hit everything! We ran into 4 trees. The first one was full of bugs so as we pulled back, I was covered with ants, caterpillars and a spider - gross. The last one was full of thorns, so my arms were scratched up a bit. But despite that, it was a fun time. We were in those kayaks where you must sit on top, so we were soaked but it was a welcome refreshment. There were some rapids to do through but for the most part the ...
I had the worst sleep last night kept have ng hot flushes and woke up feeling as sore a s a 90 year old woman and a headache to go with it. Thank god we chose to go to the blue lagoon by tuk tuk and not on mountain bike.
More or less the entire group chose to mountain bike to the lagoon, we were feeling lazy and luckily Kayley has injured her ankle, so we took advantage of it.
On the way there we went through the little ...
The stop at Vang Vieng was totally worth it. We were going to have a meal at Viman Vang Vieng, beer garden & restaurant, as we got very curious about it after reading a few glorious reviews online. The place was not so easy to find (the restaurant is on the street that goes from the old airport or city entrance and leads to Silver Naga Hotel and Hospital) and when we arrived the door was closed. But we were determined to get inside. ...
... my tattoo!! We went out for one final time in Koh Tao where we 'got low' met an ice road trucker and had a music session with about 20 people from around the world singing all sorts of songs with a guitar and some bongos. We all had a bit of a heavy night and woke up at 3pm...and we're meant to check out at 10- woops! We took a night boat to Surat Thani, which, when me and Christie had done it in February, it was actually humane. This boat however was absolutely ...
... the help of the hot yellow sun when suddenly……Michel woke be from my hallucinations! Pity!
We now stood in front of the cave called Lusi and like anything else we’ve accomplished so far, we just couldn’t ignore this great opportunity! We had to stop and venture inside! So, with a little bit of energy left, ...