The Haad Tien Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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...oh my were we in for a shock!!! So after a 'taxi' to the pier in which about 8 of us were balancing suitcases and bags on us, we made it to the pier in time to catch our boat to Koh Phangan. This was definitely the busiest boat yet! Remember us saying Thank god we didn't have hangovers?....well we were definitely lucky! You could tell those who …
Friday (11 September 2015)
I woke up stiff… feeling like a stiff. Got out of bed unwillingly, ouch, where did that come from? This was real pain, muscles all over were in pain. And I thought I had to get my head around this yoga thing, seems like I rather need to get my body around it.
I put on coffee while groaning, ooh-ing and aah-ing, trying to exorcise the manifested aches. Adri was in a similar shape and state of mind. It would have been so easy to just ...
... was friendly, not brave. Anyway, the attackers seemed to understand the obscenities I directed at them, but probably more so the big stick that Adri was brandishing in the air, and they backed off. We made an unplanned u-turn at this point, so never got to see that beach that must be out there somewhere. The mutt kept on following us, probably trying to show his gratitude for saving him from certain injury, so Adri brought out the big stick again, brandished it in the air, and the ...
... and I and always came and sat by us when we were on the beach. (Quite possibly because we gave him a lot of attention, and I was not afraid to hug sad dog despite his scraggyness.). That night he followed us back to the dorm, with his pal Hoppy Dog (named because he had a sore leg because he'd been run over by a bike.) and looked at us with those sad sad eyes. "Fiiiiiine Sad Dog we'll sit outside with you for a while." I wanted to take him home. We sat outside with him for a while ...
... or photograph could ever do justice.
Everything I've done in my life has lead me to this moment. Standing on a boulder on a tiny mountain over looking three teeny islands connected by one sandbar. And because of that, I have no regrets. The beauty of this view washes away all the worries and all the fears. It fills my heart up with gratitude, feeds my soul with nourishment and stimulates my brain with creativity.
There is ...