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... resort had arranged a saxophonist, named Blo Wynd from Phuket Town, to play and entertain the guests.
The General Manager, Frode, informed us that Kenny G loved visiting Thailand and would attend every year for a jazz festival.
During this festival Blo Wynd was Kenny G's main accompanying saxophonist, so was of a very high standard and most enjoyable.
And so ends another relaxing day in paradise.
... meant by the time we got to the place everyone had stopped to look at something, they were moving on – this also meant we didn’t get much rest breaks in between!
At one point, Sue and Ray considered not going any further and to be fair so did I when the guide said it was another 40 minutes uphill but I quickly changed my mind when I saw how many mosquitoes where making a meal of me!!! We all decided to continue the trek and it turned out that it ...
I think yesterday (for the first time ever) I got sunburnt on my head. I wore my hat for most of the day but I guess whilst on the boat over to the island I got burnt. It kind of hurts when I brush my hair which is annoying. We all got burnt faces too.
In the blog yesterday I failed to mention the fact that when we returned back to our villa yesterday both boys had a special present on their beds. The kids club activity (not that my boys will even enter the ...
... amazed to count a total of no fewer than 16! We never did find out what that was all about. The restaurant specialises in dishes from Isaan province which are a little different from Southern Thai fare and often much spicier. I had a delicious minced duck salad which was indeed very spicy as we watched the sun sink into the Andaman Sea at the end of another day.
On Friday we had an early start. We were going on an overnight trip to Cheow Lan Lake in ...
... at Ska Bar and so ended the evening drinking with her and listening to more of her tales of the early days of the tsunami volunteers and her life as a teacher in Japan. So engrossed were we that we didn’t notice that the bar had closed, the other tables and chairs had been stacked away, the lads that run the bar had left and there were just the two of us still sitting there.
On the way home Sheila suggested that we have a trip to a different beach ...