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Khun Rat and I shook hands enthusiastically, smiles all around, and we paid a delighted store clerk 140 baht for the first year of what I expect will be a long and enduring business relationship. My paranoia of blue barrel theft immediately subsided, because clearly Khun Rat will want to protect his community business venture. Hence all of our garbage issues are resolved and we may confidently sit back and await our next cultural challenge.
... life and death, when I needed something bigger than me to hold on to... there was absolutely nothing.
And this experience has blown holes in whatever progress I thought I was making towards finding some profound meaning at the end of the rainbow. And I've since switched to accepting the fact that the profundity I seek does not exist. Another crisis of faith ...of which I've had a few!! With no 'faithlift' on the horizon.
I do meditate now. Everyday... though ...
The trip from Koh Mook to Koh Lanta was the best boat trip we have been on so far. It was the cheapest deal by a long way and 6 hours that included an hour snorkeling off Koh Kradan and two 40 minute stops off some very small islands that are just rocks for some more snorkeling before heading on to Koh Lanta.
To catch our boat we were ushered yet again into another taxi boat from Charlie beach around the corner to where the Emerald cave is located and told we would be able ...
... less conspicuous. Pride and stubbornness prevented me asking for help and by the time I did magically start the engine Kim was thoroughly unimpressed. Not really the Top Gun motorbike experience I had hoped for. The first corner I came to was a t-junction across the widest two lane road you can imagine. I had managed to turn the bike about twenty degrees when we hit the curb at the other side. Slowly but surely I ...
... I am amazed we haven't succumbed to diarrhoea or any other sickness - although we are particular in only drinking bought water - for the rubbish is just left everywhere and the open drains down each side of the narrow streets have a constant smell of sewer/methane and rotting waste. On Phi Phi the streets are narrow with market style shops side by side and large trolley carts with 2 wheels are pushed to carry items to and fro. ...