Rising Sun Residence
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Railay is well-known for its rock climbing, particularly an activity called "deep water soloing," which is climbing without ropes on rocks jutting out over or vertically up from the water so that when you fall, you fall into water. Basically, it is cliff jumping where you rock climb to the jump. The first couple of places we asked about it, they said that they did not have enough people to go, it being difficult to get enough interest during low ...
We finally got chance to empty our backpacks and hang our clothes up and that's thanks to a months stay in Thailand's Phuket. We decided to visit this place as it's got plenty of options for Island hoping and great fitness training camps to help us get some sort of fitness level after pretty much 3 months of doing nothing.
We headed to a guesthouse called forest bungalows, it's a place I've stayed before so I thought to stick to what you know. Nothing had changed or so ...
... hours. After that I am extremely worn out. I usually ride my scooter up the road and get a protein smoothie at a "muscle bar".
Afternoon fitness classes start at 1:30 and go to 3:45. I did one of them last week and was beat! So I usually go to the gym, workout and either jog or run sprints for about 45 minutes. Because of the altitude adjustment I feel like I can run forever! The only thing is- my legs get extremely sore. I do hope to ...
... with sweetened condensed milk and sprinkled with sugar) and sate pork on a stick and a 30 min power nap, Tom and I headed off to the Tiger Cave Monestary. Our main reason for going to the Tiger Cave Monastery is Luang Por Jumnean, the Happy Monk that we met about 10 years ago. We asked a elderly women dressed in white with terrible teeth and learned about the monk that ran the library. We explained ...
... my ears to decompress properly and after a while made it down to 14 meters. My left ear was very slow and tough to equalize, and often painful, for which i would climb a meter and wait there until it adjusted. I might have forced it sometimes and was always focusing on it as it was painful, and this threw me off, i was nit able to give full attention to the dive and reef life.
After i was feeling good, we practiced some drills including mask exchange, recovery of ...