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... valuables in the hotel room, they all came for the ride. We had the usual bicker about this, but better safe than sorry!
Once I had plonked on the sand, I had a quick glance at the sights, there was a lot to see. The beach was heaving. There were a right mixture of folk, but I'd say the majority were older, 40 plus and mainly men! My people watching led me to the massive rain. The nice green bay couldn't be seen for grey fog. The ...
... dance floor. From that moment on people knew we meant business and before you knew it we were girt by a sea of admirers.
Who do we take though? Such a dilemma, we were surrounded by girls, it was reminiscent of that time only Ganzer and myself went to Scarborough beach, this may never be repeated, like those carpet sales on TV. We both wanted "Ice" girl, the Russian, the actual 10 out of 10 but neither of us dared have a crack. I went to talk to her friend though who was ...
... the Lord Buddha for getting my iPhone back. So shallow us Aussies, especially with material things.
Then its a relaxing drive south via Surin Beach, Kamala and other little, quieter places before we get back to Patong at about 4.30. We pay Oz 1500 baht ($45) for the day + a bit.
Genelle, Mark and I pick up the portrait of Tim, its spectacularly good, we're really pleased with it. 2000 baht ($60) well spent I reckon, 2 days work in it.
The pool is deserted, where are ...
... sticky rice, vegetables then pineapple. I find myself handing out anti-BaC to an Indian couple from Spain and an a couple from Sudan. I thought it was strange that a Muslim was going round as we ate targeting others Muslims to give him money... and the couple from Sudan did. The people who live on this floating village have created a passage that is full off stalls either side and you just cant get out of it! Once we escaped I bought a little coconut purse from a little lady ...
... was fireworks in the beach which were really cool. Although they didnt go very high in the sky, we barely had to tilt out heads to see them, they were going off less than 10 feet off the ground. Chinese lanterns were being set off from every direction so it was really nice. The sun setting was very ...