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TravelPod Member ReviewsSensi Paradise Ko Tao
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Within maybe a minute, perhaps two, of getting out of bed Kirsty had plugged her iPod into my speaker and put her Christmas album on. Slade shouted out "IT'S CHRISTMAS" just in case we had forgotten. Dean Martin sang "Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow" while Frank suggested "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas".
This is followed by …
Twas the day before Christmas. A cool breeze blew (from the air conditioning unit), the ground glistened in what looked like snow (but was actually sand), and a rustling sound could be heard from the roof (probably the Gecko).
After a night back on Terra firma our stomachs were back to normal, and after a nice cooked breakfast spirits were …
That's not a phrase I use often. But, on this occasion, OH MY GOD!
The last couple of days have been... Interesting.
Yesterday, when we were in Krabi, besides from it raining most of the day, I was massacred by either a particularly hungry mosquito, or a wild pack of mosquitoes whilst at dinner. They took chunks out of my back, …
... or brick walls, other are more elaborate and ornate buildings. Most are large complexes and undoubtedly would have been hugely impressive in their heydey. Even today the temples dominate the skyline of Ayutthaya, helping to act as landmarks to use to navigate the city. I can't say I felt like Indiana Jones. At no point did we have any runaway boulders come careering towards us, encounter any skeletons or snakes, nor did we have any poison darts ...
... and took some time to walk all the way around to see everything. Luckily there was many areas of vast greenery which I could take some shelter in away from the sun. It just seemed to go on and on and after a while, after I was interviewed by some high school girls, went to the nearby Temple Phra Mongkhon Bophit which contains one of the largest bronze Buddha statues in Thailand – measuring 9.55m at the widest point and was 12.45m high and is lead to believe that it dates back ...