Phupranang Resort and Spa
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... kind of well-worn when I first got in it, but by the end of the day it seemed perfectly homey and comfortable. Sometimes the things that look warn in are just well used and well loved. We headed out into the water over to Railay beach, where everyone got a little confused when we dropped anchor just a ways off of shore and just sat there for a good fifteen minutes. It's a beautiful beach/harbor but everyone was a little afraid to move and we were all ...
... to prepare it for us. They're so laid back here they're a bit drippy! The room is only small but it's cosy with a nice balcony and right by the beach so we ant complain! After we had a lie down on the bed we just went to the beach to soak up some sun and chill even more. We needed to get water so after sunbathing all afternoon we walked along the Main Street to see that it was a bit of a ghost town. There are hardly any shops ...
... with time to freshen up before getting a cab back into town. Seeing as it was to be ringing in my birthday at midnight we all celebrated with our first buckets. My 29th bucket birthday in Thailand was rung in a success. We found an open air bar called Green Mango that was so big it had three areas all booming different styles of music. Needless to say we danced the night away. The next morning we had a midday ferry to Koh Phangyang. The seas were not so kind and as a result ...
... ran over to a coffee shop that was
clear on the other side of the terminal.
A little, or maybe well known fact, is that
Matt hates flying! The mafia lady pointed us in the direction of a pharmacy
before departure, and they gave Matt over the counter anti-anxiety tablets.
Matt threw them back with an iced coolata, before we got on the plane. Fortunately
for myself and the other passengers who may be put off by a grown man panicking
on a ...
... had to have his leg amputated, they didn't want him anymore. He was returned to LAW's shelter and is awaiting a good home.
Last night I took a walk up to the local mini-mart. There's usually an older woman and a young pretty one working the cash. Tonight, only the young one was behind the register.
"How old you? Mama want know." she said, pointing to the back of the store where mama was sitting on ...