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... making them showed me how the milk they use doesn't froth properly so cappuccino is not really possible.
We went to the happy hour at 4 in the Crow's Nest and caught up to some of the Cruise Critic people. Then we were down to dinner for the first Formal Night. Nice meal and good company - all Aussies this time.
Not really all that much to photograph, so we didn't. :)
... saying it was for guest use only. He had put just one staple in the sign and one of the contractors ripped it out of his hands. He was screaming and shouting at Darren: You are the face of the business, you represent Mike etc He was extremely aggressive. He threatened to come on site and smash the place up including the swimming pool. He also threatened to push the cars into the pool. Darren was visibly shaken when we came back and ...
... had to take another 2 paracetamol to try and bring down our temperature and control our fever. In the end they couldn't give us anymore without leaving us with seriously damaged livers. The pain behind our eyes was excruciating blinking, moving from side to side felt like someone had tried to gouge them out.
Dengue is also known as breakbone fever and Darren suffered from this pain so much more than me. Every time he ...
... tomorrow after lunchtime he would pick us up and take us up to the villa. Wahey!!!! The next morning we checked out at 11, and drove the moped back to where we got it from. We managed to get us both on, with both our big backpacks! We must of looked hilarious riding down the strip. It was only a 2-minute drive away and we made it in one piece. We gave the bike back, and text Bob. He told us to go to Lamai McDonalds and he would meet us there. We grabbed a Songthaew to Lamai ...
Today was packed full! Amazing! I relaxed by the ocean at breakfast. Eating rambutan, dragon fruit and drinking Guava juice - which I love. When my luggage was still who knows where this morning, I ventured on foot to the local convenience store. My curiosity got the best of me and I kept walking until I had made it to my first temple of the trip - The Big Buddha. I shopped a little there but what ...
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