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... juniper berry industry in Phuket.
"Won't you get sick of staring at those firm round berries and bushes every day?", asked Video Girl.
"A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do.", answered Javier.
This pleased Video Girl and Battery Boy, particularly Battery Boy, who could now focus on his other appointments.
Video Girl and Battery Boy had also decided to be a little daring tonight and leave the resort ...
"Yeah you definitely become more laid back. Little things don't phase you as much."
"And you're forced to be healthier. I mean, you start to really feel hangovers and all the ****** food you put in your body."
"When you feel ****** when you wake up and you didn't drink the night before, you know you're doing something wrong."
"At first I wasn't looking forward to getting older. But it's really nice not to care so much about things that don't ...
... about the 3 tones of Thai that can change the meaning of words, very confusing. The second stop was canoe and swimming at Hong island. We didn't have to work as we had expert paddler to take us round and we were pleased as some bits were a bit congested! It was going well until I sliced my heel on some coral at the photo opportunity. It was my first canoe first aid experience. Iodine, cotton ...
... Our meals were all delicious one again, minus the squishy noodles in Ily's fried noodle dish. Needing some refreshing, we were told to walk to the neighbouring beach named Kata to swim because the waves at Karon Beach were monstrous. It seamed a little odd to me that the waves would be any different at a neighbouring beach but in any case we went. At least at Kata, there were other people swimming compared to Karon where no one was swimming. It was probably the red flags at ...
... of escaping the bite. The snake beach was called Kamala Beach.
The other beaches we visited were full of resorts and had LOADS of loungers and umbrellas on the beach. The way tourists are exploited is incredible and actually quite sad. There are so many loungers that you almost don’t have space to sit on the sand. Which of course means you need to pay the extortionate rate they ask to rent the chairs. But of course this is not a question to go in to now as we are ...