Baipho Boutique Residence Phuket
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... on your own means you get to do what you want, when you want, and for how long you want. My three days included lots of sleep ins, lots of naps, lots of walking, lots of sunbaking and lots of reflecting. Then, in the evenings once Jon returned to the hotel, it was really lovely to catch up with each other about our days and what we'd been up to. Much like a relationship when you go to work for ...
... just like Kenya and Dominica where they also had little in the way of material wealth. We made a good decision to have a swim, then cocktails and watch the sun go down from the bar. This was a master stroke as it was half price proper cocktails (£2.50) with a great live band. It brought back memories of Dominica, the only thing missing was.........Di and Robert, oh and all inclusive! We booked dinner ...
... spoke we went elephants trekking, it was ok not the best one I have been on and have done lots of swimming! On Wednesday we headed to the shopping centre just to check it out - it was ok nothing fancy we then walked around the streets exploring it was great just to be immersed in the culture. In the afternoon B and I got another massage - bliss! Thursday we went to Phi Phi Island, Maya Beach (where they filmed "The ...
... back now. (You can, however, still turn back from reading this post.)
The show begins with a woman placing a fish bowl on the stage. She stands over the bowl, lifts her lingerie skirt and plop, plop. Two fish in the bowl.
How I wish it had stopped there with the live animals.
Next up, a gigantic frog the size of both of my hands. WHAT?!! Seriously whhhhhaaaaaaaattttttt.
... fans, lighters anything to bring some money home to her family, those are the people that make this trip for us. Without them we couldn't afford to stay in 5 star hotels, eat at even restaurants, the 50 cents I got angry over, and now have this story to tell mean nothing, compared to the workers that can come home with that 50 cents and make the difference to having dinner on table or not.
In retrospect I've gained an insight to this little game of money, and how in the ...