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... sorts, but very similar to what we were wearing. All I can say is, don’t stress about the clothing, you will soon enough know whether you have to invest in an alternative dress code, i.e. whether your clothes are comfortable, too tight, too loose, etc.
The class today was Hatha Yoga, which was lead my Ampinee, and was great. Maria was back in class today having renewed her membership which expired last week sometime, so of course we had a chat to her after class. ...
... night we eventually got to bed only at around 02:00 this morning. Slept until 10:00, had a great breakfast of eggs, ham, toast, fried onions, cheese which was ended off with a croissant. Lazed around and finally got the limbs into gear and got ready for an afternoon at the beach.
One thing that I have not been able to get here is decent bread. I found the best of the worst at Makro and that is what we now buy mostly. Last week back in SA I had the most amazing ...
... wasn't long before we got to Tak where we met up with the rest of the Gang. Finally next day it was time to say farewells,Valerio was heading North up into Cambodia,whilst the rest of us were heading for Bangkok,individually,Tino and Oliver were travelling together,and it was sad to go,but we would be meeting up again in Bangkok,more than likely! Myself and Jenny were heading South for Nakhon Sahon,we had split the journey into 3 days as it was very ...
... motor bikes and went around the island. We bypassed the waterfalls - it felt like too much energy was required to walk up to them, and onto Hin Ta and Hin Yai or the Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks as they are better known here. If you want to know why they are called that, just look at our photos and you will soon understand. We stopped for some funny photos and rode on.
We ended up on Chaweng beach where we finally found someone who could get ...
... It's unable to keep a nice cruising speed. As for the park; it's beautiful. There are 42 isles almost randomly formed while layer over layer sediment crushed here, peeking out of the water and now covered with green. Really amazing, surrounded by emerald water. Our next stop was Woa Ta Lab island, the largest of the park. Seven people live there. The rest of the islands are inhabited. The island has an amazing viewpoint to see the whole park, but there was only an hour stop and ...