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- Airport Transportation
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- Kids pool
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... of the complex, no receipts of course. We are all probably guilty of being too trusting. This month they were confronted by the manager demanding payment for the last three month’s water and electricity, which they had paid at the end of each month. They obviously refused and the manager then explained that the lady that worked with the payments stole the money. Although she had been fired they had to recover the money somehow, and what better way to accomplish that ...
... thought in my wildest nightmare that I would pass up beer for water, but I just did.
We got home just before the rain was due to set in. Anyway, the rain never did set in, but rather safe than sorry I heard myself say. We had a quiet evening which ended with supper, an episode of Burn Notice and a read until midnight.
Tuesday (4 August 2015)
While having coffee there seemed to be an inordinate amount of e-mails and admin that had to be dealt with, so we ...
... coffee. Reminds me of home... minus the beans! This breakfast was fantastic!!! Something we've been attempting to create but was seemingly impossible until now! This meal has us thinking of Trikki. We inform them by text of our whereabouts. It is not until early afternoon until we hear from them next. By then we rented a bike and were on the other side of the island snorkeling at a secluded beach called Ao Leuk. We pack up and head back to grab our gang. We ...
... on the back of trucks filled with coconuts - these monkeys go picking up the coconut palms, we were gobsmacked the first time we saw a monkey sitting on the back of a truck as it went along the road but as time went on and we saw them quite regularly it made us sad to see them chained to the trucks.
We also enjoyed the Fisherman’s Village Walking Street Market each Friday night. basically a market ...
Saturday 31 January – A Sea Day – Not a lot to report for today. Sea days are rest days when you do not have to be anywhere at anytime. You can always get a meal or a coffee somewhere on the ship – whether it is breakfast or lunch, the laundry is available, movies are on the TV or in one of the theatres/lounges, plenty of quiet corners for sitting and reading, doing emails, crosswords, watching the passing cavalcade of humanity, a ...