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... 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 ...
... s? Hopefully they've gone! Its quiet and no volley balls flying everywhere, what a relief. BUT About 6pm they ( the noisy Victorians) return, however tonight they seem to be much quieter, they must have had a tiring day, thankfully. Probably punching volley balls from sea kayaks in in Phang Ng Bay or doing torpedo bombs at James Bond Island to stir the sea gypsies up. Past performance is a good indicator of future behaviour - so my mate Whitey says!
7pm at a tailors ...
... by her dreams and how she wants to travel alone like me. I took a risk with the conversation, and I realized that's the secret. You've gotta take risks with people to break down the barriers. I felt the opposite of alone.
An english guy covered in tattoos--the manager of the bar.
"So you're traveling alone?"
"Yeah, I like it this way. I can be free and when I meet people, we can travel together and then go our separate ways after."
He tells ...
... was easily the best beach I've ever been to. It was paradise. After our final dinner in Phi Phi, we sat at a beach bar (where the DJ was on top form) and smoked a shisha whilst watching a pretty impressive fire show. For what Thailand has in beautiful beaches and not so beautiful ladyboys, it lacks in waitresses being capable of totalling up a food bill. How hard can it be to add up four starters, four main meals and some drinks? Pretty much every dinner ...
We felt it was time to venture out and explore a little today - so we hired a taxi to take us to the Phuket Zoo.
I have not been enthusiastic about writing this entry in the blog as the memories of the Phuket Zoo are ones which leave us feeling very sad and apart from having the chance to once again share a special moment with an organgutan - I do wish we hadn't gone.
I guess it is one of ...