Patong Pearl Resortel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I meant to do this every day, but you know how holidays go - you're there to relax so good intentions go out the window. Anyways, our first day in Phuket started at the ungodly hour of 4.30am Tuesday morning which made for some very tired and grumpy individuals. We were walking the streets at 7am checking out our surroundings, which worked out …
... Very attractive look ;) Tonight was Western Boxing. It is getting easier and easier, class by class, as the routine and moves become more familiar. That was true until tonight. Boxing + muscle relaxants = dangerous combo! I was fine with the 25 minute run and the warm ups and bag work... The trouble began with partner sparring. They give you each "routines" to work through and you really need to pay attention. For example, when your partner is swinging a ...
... call it that and I say girls but I'm not sure they were. They were dancing to some rather strange and annoying remixes of happy birthday, Linkin Park, crazy frog and Zipi de do dah to name a few. It was one of those programmes that was so bad and so irritating yet you kept watching. Matty lasted about 5 minutes listening to it before he started getting annoyed with it, I listened to him get more and more frustrated by it before handing him ...
... I got to have a first by surfing in Thailand, and another first by surfing a board with a zipper. No that's not a typo. There was some sort of rubber encasement around the soft top that had a zipper closure, hilarious. Surprising the board was fun to ride, or I was just so happy to be on a surfboard again that I didn't care. Hopefully get one more little surf in tomorrow before I catch my evening flight to Chiang ...
Since I started interning, I've ready encountered a number of challenging cases/students and I'm realizing more everyday, this teaching business is no joke. Some people really don't know how to swim. Some have crazy and unreasonable demands. Ocean conditions can shift in seconds. Students can do stupid things under water that I never expected. Equipment can break in the middle of a dive and I have seconds to respond. It's been ...