Nirvana Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I had hoped. Today we have been sitting in a cafe by the river side with a cold drink sunbathing a little and chit chatting. We had a lovely breakfast at our hostel, I decided to have musli with fruit and yoghurt and we then browsed around the day market for a while. Tonight we will be heading straight back to the night market to feast for the last time before we head off to Bangkok tomorrow morning! our last chance to take it easy before were in the crazy capital of ...
... I met Heini King Kong, a german from Munich, who had been living on the island for more than 10 years. It was very interesting to talk to him and nice to see that there are also some people moving to Thailand and exiting normal life style, but don`t live the white trash life of alcohol and women. He received his name from a huge King Kong tattoo on his back and I spend two nights with him and his friends. Also got my motorbike from him… Really nice ...
... they are lying, the band follow this up by another cool couple of numbers. The bass player is really really good, even though he's a nerdy skinny goofy white guy in glasses. He who is masterfunkrastaraggeasoulbassman stands out amongst the mass of dreadlocks and rasta hats despite, or even because of being dressed by him mum this morning.....we will never knowwwwwwwwwwwww....*fade to creepy whisper******.......shhhhhhhhh* Next there's ...
... Once back on dry land we jumped in a taxi along with some other backpackers and started driving to Lonely Beach, the part of the island where our bungalow was going to be for the next few days. The journey to Lonely Beach was a bit like a roller coaster as the roads were very windy and very steep. By steep we mean holding on to the hand rails in the taxi so as not to fall out of the back it. Arriving at Lonely Beach we found a small little village with the sea out in front and ...
... And our bungalow is pretty nice. We've spent alot of time just lounging around, reading books, eating food, and drinking. Pretty hard life.
One of our favourite things in Thailand, and South East Asia are the Magnum ice creams. They cost all of $1 each, and Sam has managed to have one nearly every night. Haha!
So after 9 amazing days of relaxation, we have to move on again. So tomorrow its back to Bangkok for a week before heading home!