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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... under reconstruction, so we were a little restricted in what we could see, but it was still quite stunning. Tonight, in a (probably futile) effort to demonstrate to our male colleagues that we are actually very cool, we went to a lady boy show. I spent the first half of the show trying to figure out if they really were male. And we weren't cool enough to stick around and get our pictures taken with them at the end...but it was ...
... water so that was going to be a fun way to spend our last days here. Lamai beach has had very high waves which is not normal so we wanted to go to a couple of beaches that Hailey would be able to enjoy. When she gets to play in water, that is constantly moving, she has to use her balance and muscles. Our thinking is that this has to be a great way for her to improve her mobility. We spent a day on Maenam Beach. It faces north and you can see Koh ...
... We were all pretty ragged looking from the overnight trip. We turned on the a/c, and everyone layed on beds trying to gather up energy to go down to the pool, as we knew that would help us feel better. Going in the pool helped a lot~so nice, and needed. Lettie slept for 2 hours this afternoon, when she came in from the pool. Erik wasn't around at one point, so we all assumed he went off visiting with guests around the hotel. An hour later Madeline discovered he was ...
... mix down, free vodka and tonic down, to the fire show. The place was buzzing. We met loads of cool people, danced for hours and drank buckets of vodka tonic. We loved every minute.
On leaving we were met by the the best surprise. The night bazaar had come to the party, we devoured a pizza puff each. I must stop trying to eat stuff with cheese in it, there is never enough! I miss cheese very much.
We wondered back down the dirt track. The taxi procedure ...
... Jane and I walked down the jetty we saw a small fish floundering on the concrete. I took pity so I threw it back in, assuming it was unwanted from the last cast. Mistake. The fishermen just leave them to die on the side. I grimaced and held my hands up in regret and apology to the fisherman. He seemed to understand and just smiled back, presumedly accepting my apology. Whoops.
We played a few games of cards and then noticed a small ...