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Il try remember whats happened in the last couple of weeks but we have been and done alot! Since we stayed 5 nights on Ko phangan where we chilled with the people we had met so far on our travels and had alot of beers. We all started feeling the beer and dodgy chicken diet a bit and had all been ill at different points but it was a good place to sit and relax. Me and ...
... a guy strolled me over to the reception where they took a picture of me (strange) before I was pushed into a room and put on a bed. They checked my fever, no shock there, it was high! Checked my blood pressure, pulse and everything, asked me several questions about this and that... Most likely I'd gotten an infection in my stomach. (But if my fever were to continue these next days, I was told to come back and check for ...
... clothes party. Michelle and I got our wrapping paper (which was plastic) and bows on and head out. There were some pretty good costumes out there. Mine started ripping pretty quickly, because the dress just couldn't handle my dance moves! The link wrapping paper dyed my skin pink and it took me like five days to fully get it off. It was a fun time hanging out with the two groups all together at the same ...
... out that these two rocks are famous in Thai reproduction folklore and Thai’s will come to the rocks to pray for a baby or even just a rock hard... well you can fill in the gaps, for just one night.
After we had exhausted all the camera battery and I had exhausted Jo out with all my one liners about a rock that looked like a dick and another that looked like a vagina we decided to end the day then and there.
On our final full day and only our second day ...
Since we left the craziness of Bangkok we have mostly been kicking back and relaxing on the white sands and in the blue seas of Thailand's islands. Maybe we're old before our time but we really didn't fancy hitting the Koh Phangan full moon party with the drunk gap year students, so instead we went straight to Koh Tao for some serious relaxation.
Of all the islands, Koh Tao is one of the most beautiful. It's a tiny island, only about 20km square. We'd managed to get a ...
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