Muang Kulay Pan Hotel
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... the gills was life-vest wearing passengers. It’s a good job they were wearing the life vests because there was a fairly good chance the boats would indeed sink, there were so many people crowded onto them.
Shane waited in line to get our tickets and was informed that we had signed up for the “wrong” tour, and the tour we had wanted to take was over-booked and there was no space for us. We were unimpressed but not surprised given the number of ...
... The expat lifestyle is fairly
comfortable there with all the fancy high quality international schools and
hospitals. And there were Hiluxes everywhere, a dutchman's dream! It was
bizarre in the context of Ibiza where small buggered cars were all you saw
(despite obvious wealth). We drank wine in the pool (yes!) as the sun set and the
jungle around the house came alive with exotic chirps & background purrs.
Dinner in Fisherman's Haven was amazing - drinks on ...
... a party in such a small village? The guy has nothing else to talk about apart from work.
We need to go on another visa run this week (on Thursday) and we really wanted to know what he was planning on paying us going forward but we've also asked for a back payment for all the additional work.
On Wednesday we agreed to have a meeting around 3 or 4pm. We were flabbergasted to watch Mike at 4.15pm lay a towel out on a sun ...
... day of blood pressure tests, temperature taking, tablets, lotions and doctors visits. Darren's platelet has dropped to 108, no not quite as much they had predicted. Was if the papaya leaf yesterday? Mine had dropped to 115 and our white blood cell count had also dropped.
Neither of us got what we think we ordered for lunch or dinner, but our appetite is minimal so we weren't that bothered. We both just slept on and off during the ...
... Andrew and Sheila at Khao San Road for some beers and people watching which escalated quickly into Chang Towers and Pad Thai. We had a fantastic night and it was great to catch up with them. After a banana and nutella pancake and happily drunk the four of us squeezed into one of the pimped tuk-tuks to head back to our hotels.
The next day Laura and Jim went to the new shopping centre 'Terminal 21,' which has themed floors including a ...