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Despite the two late night cans of Chang it was a long time before I finally nodded off on Monday night and I awoke with a start at 10.o’clock on Tuesday morning having slept through the alarm which I had set.
There had been evidence of some recent heavy rains as we drove from the airport the previous night but it was a lovely sunny …
The winter had so far been damp but relatively mild. There had been no frosts and there were splashes of colour still in the garden as summer flowers and foliage lingered on. However, on Sunday 23 November, my scheduled departure date, there was a noticeable drop in the temperature. It was decidedly chilly, just the right time for me to be leaving …
... jobs and he was certainly leaving no stone unturned. No groans for that one please. Went out for dinner and walked up and down the shops looking for the best taxi deal for Koh Phangan as it will take 3 hours in a car and cost slightly more against a whole day in a sardine can of a minibus. No brainer really. Stopped off at the supermarket for more beers and some fruity cocktails for the little lady and came back and sat on the beach watching the thunder and lightning ...
... full time. We were however not the only people staying the night. There was the usual Japanese and Chinese tour groups you see in NZ though this place seemed slightly out of their comfort zone, having to wear life jackets while swimming. Given we only had electricity between 6pm and 11pm here, we were all in bed by 11. Also maybe something to do with the fact we been drinking whiskey since lunchtime! Day 5 lesson learned: trying to jump on a rolling log in the rain is not ...
... to camp on the beach there having convinced herself that “lightning never strikes twice................”! In fact when Japan suffered their tsunami Sheila wasn't directly affected, but she had gone immediately to volunteer her help with the recovery. She said that, although the loss of life wasn’t so great there, the devastation was far worse than anything she saw in Thailand.
It was back to the pool again for the afternoon and then in ...