Tusita Resort & Spa
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RESULTS DAY 11: http://www.endurorally.com/pages/road-t o-mandalay-results11
RALLY REPORT FROM THE ENDURANCE RALLY ASSOCIATION
This was our longest day. We have knocked off over 500kms and found time to not only drive an excellent timed Test-section, one of the best so far, but also a Regularity test, as well as time out for a long lunch. And the sun shone. Everyone agrees it’s been an ...
... the side of a mountain with thick green vegetation of banana trees on each side. All this shook up the leaderboard.
The Vintageant brigade as a whole all did well today, and performed better on the Regularities than those in the Classic division. Leader Bill Shields in the hot Chevy started off badly, collecting penalties for an early arrival over his rivals and then compounded it by getting a line penalty on the Test section ...
... came across from the black clouds, a warning to those outside to get undercover. It wasn't much of a warning though and the rain came down, instantly torrential. The people on the beach ran for the cover of the restaurant, the waiters got drenched dashing to clear the tables exposed to the rain.
The rain knocked any loose leaves off the trees, thousands of leaves drifting down with the rain like confetti. A coconut fell with an almighty thud, not too far from where someone ...
... and a fridge! And most excitingly a TV with a DVD player and the guy had loads of DVDs you can borrow. We spent the two evenings drinking Chang and watching Man with the Golden Gun, to see the island we had just visited and we watched the Hobbit because I've never seen it and Helin will be going to watch the 3rd one when it's out. The hostel also had a cat that joined us for breakfast, it was very needy for ...
... ve met a few guys called Din (Earth) and many, many women called Nam (Water), but i've never met another Lom (Wind) or a Fai (Fire). About 1/3 of the way back down the mountain, the path splits and leads to a temple which is in the process of being built. I got chatting to the monks here who were all hard at work on the temple in one form or another. They spoke about the same amount of English as i speak Thai, so between us we managed to understand each other and they were ...