The Sands Boutique Resort & Spa
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... so much in my life. Truly. I grabbed a quick lunch with the girls and some of the guys they knew and we walked to our hotels. They are staying close by so I hope to meet up with them again tomorrow. We all decided that the class was a great start and to relax and rest for the rest of the day. I spoke with a couple people who have been here for months! I can't imagine my body surviving that long! If only the rain would stop to have this relaxing done next to this gorgeous ...
... The heat is oppressive, the temperature varies between 36-42C , thank god for Oz's air conditioned Toyota 4wd. A short stop a jewellery outlet so Oz can get a fuel stamp, we have to go through the motions of looking but even though Genelle shows interst in a $500 ring we leave with the credit card unscathed, impressive restraint from Genelle, I don't know how long that will last though. We run up the mountain at Chalong to see the progress at the Big Buddha. Its ...
... and her strong lithesome form close pressed as she strode on my
back. Like a tigress, she continued pouncing on my back and upper
shoulders for what seemed like eternity. Despite my protestations,
the intensity in the pounding seemed harder and more forceful.
“Pain, pain, don't worry. Just like
Papa, more pain. Same, same,” she said with her Thai accent.
Her hands moved steadily and as if by
magic, I ...
... for dinner. Fresh seafood was our choice and we meticulously chose 2 large lobsters from the ice to be BBQ'd and served with garlic and pepper sauce. Now don't get excited because it was a huge disappointment. Overcooked, dry and lacking in flavour! I suppose we chose the wrong restaurant, remember the name Mamas. Don't go there.
Late yesterday afternoon we headed into Patong Beach. We first visited 30 years ago ...
... works is good, but just falls short of satisfactory in the rain and the cold. Trekking outdoors in the middle of the night enveloped by cold is not much fun, nor is living amongst dust, dirt, mess and disorganisation. Plaster dust is a very resilient substance that finds it's way into just about every existing and non existing space there is and I am sure it will take months to eradicate.
So here ...