LHC Phuket Resort
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... as people who’re making a living in another country.
Right now, all I’m doing is sitting by these gushing waves, close to nature and importantly closest to myself.
Whenever in doubt, book a ticket to any country in South East Asia. Even if you’re on a budget, it’s worth the risk. An investment in yourself is the best investment you can make for your future so pack your bags and come join ...
... place we had been since we left Ireland. Every place was looking for about €40/€50 per room( keep in mind that up until Thailand we had been getting nice rooms for about €14 per night). I wouldn't mind but the rooms were awful. We managed to find the biggest dump on the island for about €20 per night but it was rough as. 2. The people were not nice. In fact I would say rude. 3. It was filthy and crawling with rats. We met lots of other ...
... side of Phuket. Casey rented us a motor bike and we are zipping all around the island for about $10 a day! Casey is still trying to get used to driving on the opposite side of the road.
It is hot and sunny with a warm breeze. I will say that jet lag is taking a loooong time to get over. I feel drowsy and dizzy but it is well worth this tropical oasis!
Thinking of you all- miss you!
... with that one other than getting tired. After that we went to a slightly *********e and there was one section that I struggled with for a little bit but then I eventually got it and made it to the top. At the top I took some pictures then went back down. He then asked if I wanted to try something harder and I said sure. For this one he climbed up and stayed at the top then he took my camera so he could take some pictures looking down as I climb. I made it up without much ...
... before dinner. Dinner at Black Ginger (part of Indigo Pearl) was spectacular. I don't think any of us have ever been to such an amazing restaurant. You get there on a barge and then it is all set up like a Thai market. We walked around and chose our food accompanied by as much wine as we wanted. Stunning. All in all a huge day that was memorable and so much fun. No idea how I'm going to top this for her ...