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- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Other Russia
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and found some trees, which while thin, were ridiculously strong.
After this we anchored in the ocean and had a swim before heading home.
We had dinner at the hotel, a complimentary 3 course meal, which was amazing, the highlight being the mediterrainian style half baby chicken.
After this we made our way back to Picasso tailor’s for a final fitting, before crawling into bed, ready for another big day ...
... really Couldn't sleep again. its a really lovely hotel and great room for only £13pn but the walls must be so thin and my pillow is too flat so I'm restless and then I've had a mark jumping up all through the night .. Didn't help when i accidentally dropped my phone and he lept up out of bed and shouted a few things. Ha. we laughed about it this morning. Got 'A'to drop us off at the bus station... We are heading to Pai. It's a little village about 3 hours from here in ...
... sometimes. So I say, don't be one of those that points the finger and says bikes are dangerous, etc. they are it's true, but much in the same way that guns are only dangerous in the wrong hands, so are bikes. You can be a surgeon with it and make the bike a scalpel or you can be a butcher and hack away at everything in sight (think dodgy overtakes everywhere). You need to have the foresight to think that for some of us, that is our meditation ...
... added ingredient was that the kid fighters and a couple of trainers were watching our ring. So we start off sparring. We completed three rounds and in that time the trainer had been put on the floor 3 times, while I had been on the floor only once (not knocked out, either thrown in the clinch or kicked over). I considered that to be me winning. Finn (a trainer) was also giving me the thumbs up, I think he was enjoying ...
... sure I saved face. They kept saying, “Check your money!” but I wasn’t about to whip out what little I had left. Politely, but obviously perturbed, I bid them farewell. I wasn’t until later that I realized I really did give them only 100 baht, and it made me think. Since I’ve been away, I’ve seen acquaintances get Russian rubles snuck into their change, and had numerous shysters try to separate me from my money. But in ...