*Diana-Oasis* Residence Hotel/Studios & Garden Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I don't look their way (just in case I am doing something wrong).
Aren't you supposed to lay back and quietly enjoy a massage? As the masseuses rub and slap the fat, and the Russian gals loudly give orders to anyone in hearing range, my peaceful beach time has come to an end. I see this is not going to end any time soon, so I start making plans for escape.
I carefully work myself down the lounger until I reach the end. I don't dare try to get out of ...
... totally cool, just interesting to see in Thailand. Other than the foreign guy, a Thai woman was strolling around while we waited for Becky. It turned out that she would be the teacher of our Thai cooking class we'd be taking momentarily!
The first order of business was to visit a local food market. The foreigner drove all five of us through town and to a market. We parked in a dirt parking lot down the street from the place that seemed pretty empty – it sat ...
... kept putting off leaving. In the end though it was time to leave. Shelly and Nick had their flight to Sydney to catch. Unfortunately, on the very last day, in fact, on the very last corner that Nick was due to make on the scooter, he fell off. I guess he was lucky in that it was a low speed crash so he only had grazes down his legs, arms and hand, and needed three stitches in his knee. To many that won't sound like a lucky fall, but for a scooter injury that is quite tame. What a way to end ...
... such place may be, truly is sweet…
Laying on the sun bed in 40 degree heat, it was time to reflect on the previous few weeks and any life lessons learnt:
1. Be prepared - this is the antithesis of the motto by which I have lived my life (see the nine marathon challenge/coast to coast trench foot tales for illustration of this) but it really does make sense when travelling to mildly dangerous countries. Our ...
... br> While I was showering back at the hotel, there must have been a short downpour because when I looked out my balcony window, everything was wet. Clouds had been building up before, but I thought I did not know how to read them here in Thailand, and, it being the dry season, I thought it wouldn't rain. But as I looked over my balcony I could see people side-stepping puddles as they walked to the shops; I could also see the umbrellas and ...