Klong Muang Inn
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... This thought makes me surprisingly happy, as I realise that our failures are not indicators of how far we have to go, but rather markers of how far we've come- reminders that even though we may not get all the way, we do get a little bit further each time. And this fills my heart with faith in my own capacity to change- to reach for progression and not perfection - inch by inch, muddy footstep by muddy footstep Once at the bottom (and adjusting to being on flat land again) I ...
... t look worried. So i tried not too. By the time the ride was over, i was ready for it to end. I was pretty happy to find myself standing in the familiar rickety hut again. We all grouped up in another hut, where we were given more to drink, and Joe offered to take us around for a walk. We decided to go with it, totally unsure what we were in for. We walked all around the elephant camp. Joe was so knowledgable. He let us ask him anything about the elephants, and i must ...
... and, frankly, ****** out my head, we filled it to the brim. It was more packed that night then ever before! It was a great feeling, I was hooked.
Days and weeks passed and before I knew it I felt like a local. Long gone where the fake haviannas, the evening make-up, and the hotpant/crop top combo that most sport on Phi Phi. I traded this in for dirty bare feet, huge tie-dye dresses and hair that even Mo-glee would be ashamed of.
I can honestly say that I felt like ...
I'm having so much fun here I don't want to leave :(((( Had another good night out partying with our new local friends. You know it's been a good night when at 4am they were asking me and Danni to leave the beach haha. Oh well! Yesterday was spent hungover by the pool and not much else after we slept in till midday. Then in the evening I decided to get a traditional Thai bamboo tattoo. Got to say ...
... and I lived liked the trampiest kings for a couple weeks. You'd be surprised- sitting tanning your hot dogs everyday in paradise, smoking copius joints and drinking syrup/toxic based cocktails all day everyday does lose its appeal (believe it or not) and we slowly craved more.
I got very close with a 45 y/o man from Swindon, England whom had been sporadically living on the island for 9 years. Jason was, is, by far the coolest, ...
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