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... massage. They took took us together into a large room with two massage tables and we had our treatment at the same time. Lugging around these suitcases and these backpacks.have taken their tool and a massage is just what I need. After the spa we. Basically spent the afternoon just trying to stay cool in this plus 90 degree weather. Spent way too much time trying to get connected to the internet.. Did a little writing, a little reading and ...
... the wind was blowing the soup off my spoon as it left the bowl and before it got to my eager mouth!
We then wandered down to book a ferry to Ko Jum (our next port of call) for Sunday. On the way back we went to a 7/11 for some water, we came out with a few cheap snacks also. I got Tom Yum flavoured cashew nuts, Nicole got a Lychee pudding and chocolate soya milk. Next we headed south for a Gelato bar called 2 scoops. I had a yummy toffee nut ...
... of the couples... the group of 7 next to us only beat us by 1/2 a mark... and I was lenient on marking them - I wouldn't have been if I knew how close they were! It was a good night anyway and we met some nice people. We even managed to impress a Finnish girl by not only saying that we had been to Helsinki, but that we had been sunburnt in Helsinki! She was impressed.
The main diving spot on Ko Lanta is Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, where there are manta ray cleaning ...
It turns out that the 10th to the 10th is thirty one days, even when there's just thirty days in a month. I got in trouble trying exit Indonesia, not with the serious looking immigration officers, wearing frowns, and leg strapped Glocks - but with the missus. Contrary to what we'd read about incarceration for overstaying we just paid a $30 fine and were stamped out. No record made; a waste of money but no harm done, I keep telling her.
We flew into Phuket on ...
... a day throw the bio friendly stuff into the jungle at a safe distance from any human habitation. Since we live on a mountain in the forest, we first used a location within sight of our house, on property that we own. We have since changed that because in the short time it takes food to decay in a tropical climate, a tremendous number of crows descend and infest our trees. I kinda liked the crows but Lory was not impressed. So now we take our wet stuff to a ...