Stoney Monday Oasis Hotel
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... and chill out before the evenings events. That night we met an American guy who had been travelling around on his own for a while. We played a few games of pool, had a bucket of gin an tonic (the cheapest way to drink in this part of the world) and watched a the fire show... Before we knew it our american friend was blind drunk! Kate and i weren't really sure how this had happened as we hadn't drunk that much but we were later to find out he ...
... but Jack also got some shirts and what not, then we even went to the gym. Afterwards we followed with a nice strong massage of the non seedy kind, the hotel masseuse was very professional with no funny business or "banana massage" as the apprentice at work was once offered, by a man. It turned my day around, I felt almost human.
So it's another night out at seduction tonight, I'm getting better at the open bar in the sense that I'm getting my money's worth, ...
Day 8 - 27/3/2014 Phuket, Thailand
We all have a short breakfast this morning, the bodies don't seem to need as much in this climate or is it that we eat so much other good stuff!!!!!
The plan today, is to
A) swim and chill for a while, then
B) hire Oz again and visit a beach where they have a fish market and you buy your fresh lobster, prawns or fish at one of the many stalls, then take it over the road and the one of the many restaurants will cook it up. Oz says ...
... about an hr we had to get back onto the boat, we then went to Monkey Island but there were no monkeys. Lol.
Our final destination was Koh Khai a beautiful tiny island, again i went snorkelling and again there were many different types of fish, it was incredible. Making our way back to the pier i was so tired i kept falling asleep in the minibus but i kept hitting my head on the window. lol ...
... There is just so much information to learn! It's not only diving. We have to know physics, like how much volume changes with temperature and pressure changes in atmosphere; how our respiratory and nervous systems are affected when we breathe too much nitrogen or oxygen at certain depths; the mechanics of our diving equipment; how our oceans work (waves, currents, surge, etc). It feels like I'm back in school - no ...