Break Point Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... U.S. dollar.Peter then told me that he had risked his life for a tick bite that had poisoned his blood and liver, and not having obtained improvements in Europe with Western medicine, he addressed the Ayurvedic medicine in Sri Lanka that in three weeks had solved all his problems. Herbal teas, foods with vegetables and fruit, massages and daily checks of the three forces that govern our body, but the cost was 138 euro per day!
... I took a deep breath and hoped for the best. I got taken in a lift up to another room where they washed my feet thank god. Then I had to put my feet back into the fetid sandals (WTF!) and follow her to a room full of massage beds on the floor. There followed an awkward exchange as to weather I was to take my top off or not before I settled in. It was a great massage. Exactly what I needed. No weird intimacy and twisting of my body into awkward positions - just ...
... re not all what you might picture when you hear the word "island," though. Most of them are tall, tree-covered rocks jutting out of the ocean, largely unsuitable for humans but great for critters like monkeys and eagles. We cruised near the base of one where sections hung over us dripping with stalactites, and kayakers were paddling about. Then we shored up on a nearby island's beach so we could toss oranges to a monkey clan. I don't know if we were the cause of it, but ...
... boats. Monkey beach Phi Phi Island was our lunch spot. The boat backed up to the beach, we had a lunch buffet on the island. Spaghetti was my pick for lunch. There were so many interesting people on this excursion: The Russian couple who weathered the boat ride from the front of the boat covered with blankets. The American couple from the northwest, she loved them boat, he was not amused. The English couple, she lived in Singapore, he lived ...
Happy Songkran everyone! It is absolute madness here. Locals and tourists alike crowd the streets with water guns, hoses and buckets. There are trash bins filled with water and trucks rolling down the street with huge blocks of ice to chill the water. No one is safe. Women, children, cars, motorcycles, people with luggage, everyone is fair game. I should have invested in a water gun and I think I still might of the celebration is as crazy on Phi Phi as it is ...