GLOW Elixir Koh Yao Yai
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... our first Thai cooking class! The three of us signed up to cook one dish and agreed to share one another's food. We prepared chicken in coconut soup, chicken cashew nut and of course, chicken pad thai. Call me biased, but my fav was the chicken cashew nut - which I will definitely be making back home. We met some pretty interesting people on Phi Phi, but with Sam feeling stomach sick and me developing a cold in 30degree weather we are ready to move on. We have been voted off this ...
... while having our last drink for the night.
The next day we walked around the island. It was pretty amazing how many people and buildings they crammed into the small flat part of the island. Most of the island is mountainous, so pretty much all the buildings and people are jammed into one small spot. On our walk we saw men betting on a fight between 2 fish in a bowl! They will bet on anything in Thailand. After some more time at the beach ...
... you can practice your skills at Reggae Muay Thai Bar, a bar with its very own boxing ring in the middle for party people to fight it out for a free bucket. Just make sure you’re not fighting someone twice your size.Luckily, the island itself has not lost its beauty. We spent one of our days on a water sports trip.We visited monkey Island, cliff jumped, visited Maya Bay, snorkeled to find turtles ( sadly swam away when we arrived) and tubing. Ko ...
... drip and have more morphine every day. There was one particularly enjoyable day where I had an allergic reaction to the tape they were using and then later that day had some serious issues with the drip. The antibiotics they were pumping in were too strong so my arm was so sore and completely solid and then when I told the doctor he rushed to take out the catheter and get a new one in. Problem was my arm was by this point completely hard so they couldn't find a vein but prodded ...
... a took a little jaunt and found a little shack at the side of the road to have a drink. We ended up staying there for a few hours chatting to an American girl and Thai guy who had literally built the place themselves and lived in a little hut next to it. On our last day we organised a day trip around the Hong Islands and Nok Island in a long tail boat. No one else was with ...