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... holding well at $1 US = 32.5 baht. We are very thankful that we have American money to use from our US rentals right now. It will help alot on this trip. Erik has been working from his computer in the early part of the mornings and late in the evenings. That's been working well, with the time difference. He also purchased a Thai language course online a few days ago and has been spending time working on that. I can hear him in ...
... corals and shoals of fish by their millions. Felt pretty lucky to get to see and do. We then headed to some other islands and did a wee kayak. Lunch on a remote island, then a walk to see the emerald lake - another great view. It was an excellent day - Di and Norm loved it too (including the snorkelling) So throughout the week we also had lots of Massages and cocktails. Reality is going to be tough! On our way home now. Until our next ...
... adventure to Koh Phangan. However when putting together my itinerary, my birthday weekend fell on the full moon party weekend with the party being on Saturday, and Guy's bar is open every Friday, which just happened fall on the date in which I was born! Therefore a second visit was in order.
Guy's bar is an adventure to say the least. From the beach you travel by longtail boat, around midnight no less, up the rocky coastline, waves crashing over the bow of the boat, ...
... was game over. Ferg found the whole thing utterly hilarious, whilst I still haven’t quite gotten rid of the bitter taste of those unsavoury defeats.
Before I conclude this entry, I must make one final point about our harrowing tale in Koh Samui. I messaged Ronan (the guy who tried to turn me gay) after our attack to see if he remembered anything from the brawl, seeing as he was sitting next to us on the table. He ...
... was precisely because of the food, not to mention the opportunity to see the way a real Malaysian family lives. We arranged for the son to take me on a brief tour and then into the city and then to come back to pick me up after a walk around town. Our first stop was to see an old traditional Malay house which sits on stills to protect it against water coming up over the banks of the river in the rainy season. The house was built in the 1920's and is all original. It is made of ...