IndoChine Residence & Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... expressed my admiration for Russian literature citing writers , poets and then the Russian painters that I love as Marc Chagall and Kandinsky, in addition to the great musician Chaikowski. First we talked about the old Russian politicians from Lenin to date. So Svetlana then told all to his brother and I totally understood his speech. I hope that everything goes well, since I really like her, but unfortunately on December 1, she departs for Phi Phi Island.
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... together, bows and says things like sa wa dee kaa ( thank you very much) )- personally I don't think he has a f....g clue! If he's going to be a buddhist now I'd better find him a safron robe, throw away his sandals and underdacks and he can walk the streets begging for rice. That will/should fix his religious obsession. We leave this place smelling of lemongrass and other stuff that would get us blokes thrown out of the hetero club. BUT - I do need to be careful as I did say that ...
... to every other place we had been to. It was quite a shock to the system, we had been soaked in the warm, comforting lifestyle of backpacking for weeks, but our arrival in Phuket brought a cold, uncomfortable wave of holiday making hell. I talked myself into getting used to it pretty quickly and the fact everyone agreed with my sentiments made me feel less like a snob. At the end of the day, I'm still half way around the world having the time of my life. I told myself, "Just because ...
... and treating ourselves to a slice of chocolate cake between us before walking back. It's a city what more could we do?! We were passing the Anfield Pub in Phuket, packed with Thai supports of Liverpool who went wild when they beat Man Utd, the singing of, "Ool ever wak aone" was to rival that of the Kop!!! As we waited at the illusive bus station for our minibus on to our next destination, a town called Krabi, we were slightly worried that our driver ...
... relaxation around our hotel. Peppering in a few hours relaxing on the beach, genuine Thai food and drinks poolside, and taking advantage of the in-house spa gave us time to recharge our batteries, which mostly made up for the average of 5 hours of sleep we set aside per night. In a place where the night life is electric and the sunrises are breathtaking, sleep isn't made a priority.