Pha-Ngan Cabana Resort
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... 10 minutes. You’re just too damn fast!
You SIR are a LEGEND
09:00 Gatorade 250ml
Next feed he asked for water. Also a pot of peaches
Bryan gave 10/10
We have a message from Noi here but as it's in Thai we will have to get it translated!
09:04 At the half way point now. The Freedom Fargo is still with us and has its sail up. Black Sails just like in Pirates of the ...
... option. When we arrived in Koh Tao we were given a lift to the dive resort and I signed up for the course. As a diver you get free accommodation with the course for 4 nights and Rachel got to stay for free as well. We had already booked a different hostel though for one night so I decided to start my corse the next day. We got a lift to the other hostel and after an argument with the driver (he insisted we should pay 300 baht when we were told it was free, we gave him ...
... party, me and Scott started talking g to a Canadian couple at the hotel bar so we just stuck with those all night, they were so much fun!! The beach was hell of a lot emptier tonight compared to the countdown party! There weren't queues to get buckets or go to the toilet! - bliss. They were feeling spontaneous so we joined them in a long tailed boat ride to 'Eden' it was a beach around the corner but couldn't be accessed well by road. A tiny wooden boat in the ...
... Danielle, Maria and Laura. They were all from London and had been travelling around south east Asia together. Luckily, they were heading to the same area, Haad Rin and therefore, we all decided to stay in the same hostel. When we arrived on the island, we were very surprised to discover that it was completely dead. It presented itself as a ghost town with only a few local residents milling around, doing chores but pausing to look up at the expectant foreigners carrying ...
... Christmas get away, it was soon forgotten. Those who tried to walk, zig zagged across deck, struggling to find something to hold on to, usually falling into something or someone. People went quiet and pale. The staff on the boat brought sickness bags around, clearly expecting and prepared for this kind of response to the sea conditions.
A couple came out from the inside compartment to join us outside, talking to them later we found out they were from ...