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... is the one who stands his ground, the loser running away with his tail between his legs so to speak, with admittedly a sore head and perhaps bruising.”
The weather today was just plain weird. It would rain for 10 minutes, then stop, the sun would come out, it would then rain again for 30 minutes, then stop, then the sun would appear… This continued throughout the day and we were lucky to get to and from yoga between two such stoppages.
... a small veggie pack from its perch which contained cauliflower, carrot, broccoli and so on. Adri was about to pay when I hollered from the fridge area for her to hold the horses, we also needed some San Miguel and Carlsberg for that curry.
While Adri was preparing supper, I put on Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, their album called Like A Rock. Man, this brought back some amazing memories of the communes that Lood, Muis (Mouse) aka Andre and I shared back in our ...
... stretches we average about 70km/h. Speeds like this make for short work of a 10km x 10km island. First stop was a waterfall at a national park. It was unfortunately dried up for this time of the year but the hike and scenery of the area was spectacular. Lush jungle foliage and elevation changes are both scary and exciting! Next we headed back into town so we could head out another direction. We quickly stopped for food for the girls. They got ...
... was time to move on.
We liked Koh Samui, so we decided to stay put rather than look for somewhere else in Thailand. It’s a fairly small island and its income is mainly from tourism, fishing, rubber and coconuts - everywhere you turned, there were coconut palms swaying and swishing. Like any tourist hub, it has its good and bad spots. -We'd landed in a decent area, we felt safe there and it ...
... the mamasan squatting in the street nearby with her little stove, cooking seafood and chicken of questionable freshness. Smelt great though !!
Took the bus back to the pier and the tnder back to the ship, sailing at about 4:30pm and heading for Laem Chabang tomorrow. Helen expressed herself to be full from lunch and then proceeded cleaned up a respectable plate of turkey, crab cakes, vegetables and scallops in the Horizon buffet restaurant ...