Bari Lamai Resort
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... warm, and the boat me then proceeded to throw into the water, the remains of our lunch. To say there were a lot of fish is an understatement. There were thousands of them. All come to tuck into rice and cabbage.
It was like swimming through fish soup.
Again there were lots of things to see but it was the stripy fish that stole the show. Just by their sheer numbers, and not once did any of them touch me, amazing how they ...
... on the gangway to get on it literally kept becoming detached from the pier! Love Thai safety! They don't even really have luggage storage on the boat - the bags just go on the deck with tarpaulin over them. This boat was actually probably one of our worst journeys! The whole boat stank of fuel and gave us a headache. At one point we were talking to Mr Chow (aka a local hotel owner from Samui tryna sell us his hotel) and smoke started coming from the front ...
Hey blog lovers! So as you will (hopefully) have noticed, I was not present for the gap yah crew's foray into north Thailand. My boyfriend Julian is currently living in Bangkok (or Krung Thep, as the locals have it) as he has got a job teaching English in a secondary school. So this is my account of the 10 days I spent staying with him, rather than gallivanting round the country, like the good girlfriend I am.
On Thursday the first of December, we landed in ...
... but i kind of liked him. He wandered off to the back of the boat on his own in the dog house with his Mrs looking well embarrassed.
When we got to Koh Samet it was boiling. We were well chuffed as we'd started to worry about traveling in the rain that had hit Bangkok the two previous days. We got a taxi which was basically a pick up truck with two benches down each side in the back, then jumped out at a place called Jep's bungalows. We'd read about it in the lonely ...
... The trainer would quickly massage their legs and abdomen with ice and would dynamically stretch their legs above their head. Each round seemed to start with kicks, then moving in for punches and knees. Elbows are also used a lot in Muay Thai, but they were not allowed here. The second group of fighters I guessed were about 20 and they went almost all 5 rounds. I could tell they were very tired towards the end, as they would often lock ...