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... and puked all the way to the first sightseeing island - Maya Bay. Wow, what a ride! The rest of the day was beautiful; we snorkelled, swam and chilled out in the pristine crystal blue waters of Phi Phi island. Mthuthu and Lerato get the "warrior trophy" for being the only two people, from the front of our speed boat, to make it uninjured to Phi Phi island. Our February heart drive also has a fear folder. As always, it's the kind of folder that at the moment of saving ...
This morning, going to the beach I walked the street in the company of two Irish girls that run IN Asia two months and are SOON directed to Vietnam and so 'I have bestowed good advice for this country that I have visited and loved so much. Then I saw several Russian friends, Alex, Ivan, Sergei and said hello as they fly black tomorrow to their Irkutsk in central Siberia near Lake Baikal, 1,650 meters deep! I'm sorry, just because a ...
... 80-100 baht $3 per kg to wash and iron) - sounds like a rough day eh!
We belt over Kathu hill towards Phuket Town, toot the horn at the Buddhist shrine to make sure we get the blessing to survive the downhill slalom of traffic and arrive in a street that looks bare except for about 5 tuk tuk drivers. I reckon the hotel blokes are on a kickback to phone ahead and tell them how many potential victims are on the way. As we get out, the tuk tuk drivers swarm like flies to a ...
... were all on the beach opposite of us, the west side. Oh well. We started heading back to our hotel as it was around midnight, and we ran into 2 French guys. Since Keli and don't speak a lick of French, and they hardly spoke much English, our common language was Spanish. Go figure. We stumbled across a mellow jazz bar and had a drink with them, all speaking ****** Spanish mixed with some English, French, and a lot of shoulder shrugging signaling "I don't know". ...
... offering facials and massages...done up to look quite clinical with facial masks and equipment and lots of people in there getting 'treatments'. We also spent a lot of time strolling through the Big C Extra Supermarket. I imagine this is the pinnacle of grocery stores in Thailand...much bigger than the Big C in Kamala. Grocery shopping at the Big C is a blog worthy topic I will cover later.