- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... were super smooth and soft. The fish thing actually works. And yes, for all those who know me very well, these fish like Doritos. After a short nap, we left our hotel (yay a hotel!) and made our way to Bangla rd, a street close to our hotel full of bars and clubs. When we had visited that afternoon, it was dead and quiet, with a few people having some drinks and people watching. Now, it was like a different world. Lights everywhere, people walking all over the place, ...
... in Thailand, the Russians and let lose the locals or look for them out of the tourist circus.In any case I think that males have noticed it, and during this holiday I see much less mixed couples tourist-thai girl compared to years ago. I also believe that the young people of these generations are much less interested in sex, compared to those of my age or in their forties and fifties.I see them much more likely to the high alcohol that ...
... took to some beautiful look-outs, which is where to took the photo of the island and the aqua boat and had a sweet, cold coconut drink. We visited a baby elephant, he was cute but perhaps hasn't learnt yet that it is inpolite to put someone in a headlock and try to force their head into your mouth. Especially when that person is me!
He had cute fuzzy hair and loved to give kisses, he touched your hand or arm with his trunk and make a little kiss/suction sound. ...
... Canadian lads and some of the others from the hostel we met the night before. The bus took us to the coast, where we then boarded at boat to take us to Ko Phi Phi, and arrived around 18:00. We spent a while looking for a hostel, as all of them seemed to be full, but eventually found a place to stay. After we dropped our bags off, we went to the beach and had dinner before going to bed around ...
Well, the journey of backpacking, that is. Did I mention that I left my beloved backpack in Tokyo? Now that I've began collecting scuba gear towards my new career path (wetsuit, fins, boots, hooded vest, snorkel, smb, etc), I needed a proper suitcase. It was sad saying goodbye to my backpack that traveled with me for 8 months! After leaving Japan, I headed to Phuket to "kill time" for 3.5 weeks until ...