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... unbelievable , the views from my bungalow you would never tire of. A nice owner who also happened to be the local police man. from there I moved down to Pasai cottages for originally 5 nights but what seemed to extend on a daily basis. I met some good friends here Yaya ,Nana, and Charlie and his father whos name I cant remember ( it is two months later ) who run a new bar "Charlie Bar " on the Island. You can drive around the Island in 30 minutes and take in the sights ...
Not a very exciting day, sorry to my faithful readers ;) But I've added some more videos and pictures from the Phi Phi weekend that were shared with me recently to reward you for your perseverance! Today was a morning class that went pretty well until the last five minutes and pulled my neck out again. Suffered through a personal weight training with Peter... Affectionately called Peter, The Hulk around Tiger. He is really great at accommodating for ...
... the story. Its not a copy, its a real army helmet but not Thai, the bloke says its US army from the Vietnam war period, who knows, but it does look like one of those helmets in the war comics I used to read or that Vic Morrow wore in the 2nd World War tv show called Combat. He also buys a rubber tappers knife, figuring that people won't know what it is and I'm thinking its a point scoring purchase - if you read this and he says to you "bet you don't know what this ...
... I lay with half -closed
eyes. Here was something I had never experienced before. When she
asked me to turn around, I couldn't; because I felt so weak and
relaxed which made my masseur laugh. The finale was when she cradled
my head and my pillow in her lap and massaged my head and shoulders.
I felt I was back in my mothers lap and gave me flashbacks of my
Mom's healing touch. I never felt more relaxed than now as I lay in
the lap of this strong Thai ...
... for the "full moon party" . So wished them well and guided them part way back to their digs. Thought I'd finish this part of the trip with a few insights? There are tattoo parlours every where here in Asia and seem very popular ,especially late at night. Some even serve beer as you slump semi conscious in the chair while you get your "ink". Now that's surely a recipe for a very regretful and lifelong hangover? Flatulence . I ...