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  • Day135

    Der Moment

    December 11, 2021 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    Jetzt...nur für den Moment. Und schon kommen die 🦟🦟🦟🦟🦟
    Teraz… tylko na chwilę. A potem przychodzi 🦟🦟🦟🦟🦟
    Now ... just for the moment. And then come the 🦟🦟🦟🦟🦟

    Yasmin aus Berlin

    Seid ihr denn nicht schon die ganze Zeit am urlauben ☺️🌞🐒🐳? Genießt weiter schön und gönnt euch 🦋

    12/11/21Reply
    Die Steen's

    Oh nein leider nicht. Solch ein Reisen auf dauer muss gelernt sein. Fast täglich packen und auspacken, eine neue Wohnung suchen und buchen. Immer abwägen, ob man gerad viel zu viel bezahlt hat...dann will man einfach alles sehen und hat so wenig Zeit, das is auf dauer anstrengend. Das mussten wir erst lernen. ICH lerne noch☺️

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  • Day186

    ימי קופנגן

    August 14 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    נחתנו לתוך קופנגן בשבוע של הפולמון
    מלא תיירים, משפחות ישראליות בחופש גדול, מזג אוויר מצויין אבל שמש ביישנית, וריח של חופשה נישא עם המלח של הים.
    חלמתי על קופנגן עוד מסבב א' בתאילנד והנה זה מתגשם.
    שלא כמו שאר החופים והאיים עד עכשיו קופנגן גדולה. לקחו כמה וכמה ימים להבין בכלל איפה אני ממוקם, איפה השמש זורחת או שוקעת ולאן נוסעים לחפש אקרויוגה או שוק אוכל טוב.
    חוויה מזוקקת בול למה שחיפשתי, בין השתקעות במקום אחד
    (סבלט בדירה על שדרת דקלים שקטה עם יובי, חברות אמיצה עם חתול אחד בשם סמבו(ל), המון חיות אקזוטיות שניסו להצטרף לחגיגה והכניסו אותנו למצב לחימה או חרדה, ובובות צעצועים מקריפות של הילדה שאני משאיל ממנה את הבית.)
    לבין גילויים ונופים חדשים כל יום באי
    (מסיבות עם יובי גילי וניצן אל תוך לילות לבנים, חופים לבנים מים שקופים וסירות דייגים שהביאו במיוחד כדי שיצטלמו טוב, מפלים, התפננות בבריכה עם נועם ועדן, אלמוג, אימוני בוקר אקרו ויוגה, יום של יומולדת מלא בחוויות וברכות מרגשות של אהובים מהארץ או העולם, אוכל תאילנדי, בורמזי (נדירר) וטבעוני בקטע וולנסי)

    מרוב הכיף, לא שמתי לב והשבוע טס ממני והלאה
    אבל למצברוח אין לאן לברוח.
    עוד יומיים המשפוחה מגיעה לוייטנאם ואיתם טיול שונה מיוחד ומרגש בצורה אחרת ממה שאני רגיל עד עכשיו
    לפני יממת נסיעות ודרכים שתעבור אמן בקלות ולילה נוסף בזיתאי בבנגקוק.
    שיהיה לכולם לילה טוב וחלומות על מסיבת צבעים משובצת בריטים שיכורים זרוקים לאורך קו החוף ודואגים שתהיה תמיד סיבה לחייך.
    פיס
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    Yuval Kveller

    אין על קופנגן ואין על בריטים

     
  • Day28

    Koh Phangan

    March 25 in Thailand ⋅ ☀️ 30 °C

    Wir sind mit der Fähre nach ca. 10 Stunden auf Booten und in Minivans endlich auf Koh Tao angekommen! In einem der Minivans dachten wir schon, voller geht's nicht, da hat er noch 3 Leute plus Gepäck abgeholt und es war eine Kunst, die Türen zu zubekommen😂.
    Die Insel ist sehr sehr hügelig, was wir während einer achterbahnähnlichen Fahrt mit dem Taxi zum Hotel sehr zu spüren bekommen haben. Außerdem ist sie ein kompletter Dschungel, sodass man von rechts und links der Straße verschiedenste Tiergeräusche hören konnte.
    Wir haben uns dort das teuerste Hotel unserer Reise mit eigenem Pool gegönnt! Und das hat sich wirklich gelohnt! 😍
    Außerdem war der für uns bis jetzt schönste Strand nur 5min zu Fuß entfernt.
    Direkt nach Ankunft hatten wir erstmal Hunger und sind an der "Hauptstraße" in eins der 4 Restaurants gegangen. Da wussten wir noch nicht, dass das unser absolutes Stammlokal werden würde und wir einen wirklich super netten Thai kennlernen würden.
    Drei Tage lang haben wir dann tagsüber den Pool und den Strand ausgenutzt, haben Frisbee und Klick-Klack Spiel gespielt (was wir in unserer Unterkunft gefunden haben) und sind abends bei unserem Freund Ram essen gegangen. Danach haben wir uns immer Roti (eine Art Crepe) an einem Stand von einem alten Mann geholt, der sich immer sehr süß gefreut hat, uns wiederzusehen.
    Es ist wirklich erstaunlich, denn man hat das Gefühl, dass es dort keine Konkurrenz zwischen Geschäften und Restaurants gibt, alle kennen sich und helfen sich gegenseitig, wenn Zutaten fehlen oder empfehlen sich gegenseitig weiter. Einmal hat sogar der Laden gegenüber eins unserer Essen gekocht, weil Ram's Frau gerade zu Abend gegessen hat. 😊🤭
    Aber egal wo wir essen, Maxi schafft es einfach nicht Essen zu bekommen, was wirklich scharf ist, weil die Thais nicht glauben, dass er es essen kann und sich somit nicht trauen, es ihm zu kochen. 😂☹️
    Nach 3 Nächten sind wir in ein Bungalow von Rams Freund gewechselt, welches wir dadurch billiger als über Agoda (das ist eine Seite wie Booking) bekommen haben. Noch dazu war das wahrscheinlich das sauberste und modernste Bungalow unserer Reise.
    Am letzten Tag sind wir mit dem Roller zu einem Aussichtspunkt gefahren (und wurden nicht kontrolliert!😜) , davon erzählen wir noch bisschen was in einem eigenen Footprint mit ganz vielen Bildern.
    Am nächsten Tag gab's noch ein letztes Frühstück bei Ram, dann gings wieder weiter mit der nächsten Fähre.
    Dieser Aufenthalt war für uns sehr inspirierend: Wir haben mitbekommen, wie wenig viele dort haben, aber trotzdem wird den ganzen Tag lang gelacht! Die meisten Kinder gehen hier wegen fehlendem Geld nicht zur Schule, stattdessen spielen sie den ganzen Tag mit Freunden und fahren ab ca. 8 Jahren Roller, für die man bei uns einen A1 brauchen würde. 😂 Außnahmslos jeder grüßt uns oder lächelt uns an und man hat nicht das Gefühl, dass irgendjemand von hier weg möchte.
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  • Day13

    Koh Phangan

    July 19 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 30 °C

    Tag 13

    Am Morgen haben wir mit ach und krach noch das Schnellboot gekriegt, um nach Koh Phangan überzusetzen. Der Pickupservice hatte an einer anderen Stelle als vereinbart auf uns gewartet, sodass wir dann schnell ein Privattaxi ordern mussten, um noch rechtzeitig an der Fähre zu sein.

    Die Überfahrt war um 12.30 Uhr und dauerte 40 Minuten. Wir waren allein im Schnellboot, was sich irgendwie doch ziemlich verrückt anfühlte.

    Vorbei an traumhaften Stränden, wo in meiner Vorstellung Leute mit Blumenketten und Bohodeko heiraten könnten...Vorbei an imposanten Gesteinsformationen, die steil ins Meer abfallen...so kamen wir nach 40 Minuten in unserer Panviman Bucht an und wurden direkt am hoteleigenen Bootsanleger abgesetzt. Als uns dann auch noch unsere Koffer abgenommen wurden, war mir das erstmal ganz schön unangenehm.

    Okay, krass...stimmt ja, wir sind tatsächlich in einem 5 Sterne Resort angekommen. Das konnten wir damals für einen günstigen Preis buchen und ja, ehrlicherweise wollten wir es uns mal für ein paar Tage so richtig gut gehen lassen.

    ...sowas habe ich jedenfalls noch nie erlebt oder gesehen...eine traumhafte Gegend mit traumhaft schöner Anlage...

    Zunächst mussten wir noch etwas warten bis uns ein "Zimmer" zugewiesen wurde. Das erste Zimmer war zwar optisch das Paradies auf Erden, roch jedoch leider extrem verschlimmelt und war nicht sauber, eher das absolute Gegenteil. Das haben wir dann doch abgelehnt und uns ein anderes gewünscht.

    Nach 2 h wurde uns dann ein anders "Zimmer" zugewiesen. Das gleiche, fantastisches Zimmer, jetzt sogar mit Meerblick, gab es nun in sauber. JIPPIE!!!

    Im Anhang sind ein paar erste Bilder. Schon fast ein bisschen unangenehm, so schön ist es hier...kann es eigentlich noch garnicht glauben. Papa meinte, so eine tolle Unterkunft, hätte er auch mit Mama noch nicht gehabt. MUM: Es tut mir leid, aber da musst du jetzt leider durch! Aber ich weiß ja, du gönnst es uns von Herzen 😘

    Mehr gibt es morgen, jetzt wird erstmal geschlafen. Gute Nacht 💤
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    Annelies Küstermann

    tolle erlebnissen hat ihr bis jetz gehabt..

    7/19/22Reply
    Annelies Küstermann

    vorallen du Vera genießen es.ich kann es mehr gut vorstellen wie du das jetz findest.l.g.mama.

    7/19/22Reply
    Roland K

    Wow … was für ein Ausblick!! Doppelbett mit Papa?! - und das klappt ? - so wegen schnarchen und so?

    Vera Schwabe

    haha

    Vera Schwabe

    Letzte Nacht bin ich dann doch lieber in das Beistellbett umgezogen!

     
  • Day45

    Koh Pha-ngan: Songkran, Full Moon & more

    April 17 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    Frohe Ostern meine weißen Freunde 🐰
    Ja während auf der halben Welt Ostern gefeiert wird, war in Thailand, Laos und Vietnam vor ein paar Tagen das sogenannte Songkran, bzw. Neujahr. Aber anders als an Silvester wird hier nicht mit Feuerwerk gespielt, sondern es findet eine Riesen-Wasserschlacht im ganzen Land statt. Dabei wird Wasser als Ausdrucksmittel für guten Willen, Liebe, Mitgefühl und Dankbarkeit verwendet. Anders formuliert, die Leute gehen drei Tage auf die Straße und machen sich gegenseitig nass und Ja, es ist so witzig wie es klingt…und so spaßig, dass mein Handy mitfeiern wollte und einen Wasserschaden hatte. Aber nach nur 1 Stunde Reparatur hatte ich es wieder.
    Außerdem spiegelt das Jahr 0 im Buddhismus nicht Jesus's Geburt wider, sondern Buddhas. Dementsprechend ist jetzt hier das Jahr 2565.

    Neben Strandtagen, Ausflügen, gutem Essen und vieler neuer Menschen, war gestern auch die monatliche Vollmondparty. Am größten Strand von Koh Pha-ngan wird bei lauter Musik, Feuer, Bars, sowie Alkohol (und man muss auch leider sagen viel Drogen) gefeiert. Der Strand war einfach voll mit Menschen, die bis zum Sonnenaufgang den Vollmond zelebrieren. Es war mal cool, die berühmteste Party Thailand's zu sehen und zu feiern, nochmal bräuchte ich es jedoch nicht…
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  • Jan31

    Day 53 - Firecrackers at Dawn

    January 31 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    Before we had got out of bed, the morning silence, around 9am, had been shattered by the sound of firecrackers. We got up & set up camp in our usual place & Joe, the waiter informed us it was the last day of the Thai New Year, hence the firecrackers throughout the morning.

    Despite the firecrackers, the sea was calm & we went snorkelling for a good half hour, but apart from a few small fish there wasn’t a lot to see. We needed the exercise.

    At lunch we wandered down to Dubble Duke for a couple of beers to wash down an overpriced cheese & ham baguette & french fries that we shared. Over lunch we booked our hotel for our final 2 nights in Thailand & was rather pleased with the price. We have just got to get to it now on Wednesday, but that’s another story!

    The afternoon was just sun, sun, sun until Jackie abandoned me at 4pm for an hour long all over body massage with aloe vera. She came back radiant & gushing about how fantastic it had been….all for just 350 Baht. Apparently most of the resort have had to witness her exposed buttocks.

    With Jackie in a buoyant mood, we decided to have more happy hour cocktails & knowing what we like, we ordered 2 White Russians with an Orange Daiquiri chaser again. Very pleasant.

    That evening, for the very 1st time, we chose to have dinner at our resort restaurant, principally because it was open & there were no families with screaming infants dining. We ordered our dinner & sat back to enjoy the serenity of the quiet empty beach & fishing boats on the horizon. All of a sudden 9 (they’ve recruited another) Russian boys ran shouting on to the beach armed with spades. They then proceeded to build & trash each other castles, which if nothing else did provide a bit of entertainment.

    When our dinner it arrived, it was delicious & as good as anything we had had on our trip so far. Jackie had spicy pineapple & pork, whilst I had fried mushrooms with chicken.

    Over a Hong Thong on the balcony, we reflected on our trip & couldn’t believe that we would be home in literally a couple of days. The last week has absolutely flown by.

    Song of the Day: Firecracker by Ryan Adams.
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  • Jan30

    Day 52 - Today Is a Good Day

    January 30 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    Looks like those sleep sweats are now thankfully a thing of the past. About 10am, we went to breakfast at Coral Beach because Jackie was excited to have the avocado & poached eggs on toast again, which didn’t let her down. I had porridge with banana. It was a good breakfast.

    We set up camp on the seafront sun beds & read our books through to lunchtime. I have to confess the 8 young Russian boys who arrived yesterday made me laugh as they proceeded to dig up the whole beach & bury each other. What was slightly sinister was that when a boy was buried up to their neck & unable to move, others waterboarded him by constantly pouring buckets of water over his head. Poor old Joe, our waiter, had nowhere on the sand to set up his table & chairs!

    It is a slightly surreal feeling to have so many (generally pleasant) Russians around enjoying themselves, when you read the news & the events going on along the Ukrainian border.

    Lunch was just a beer each in the restaurant at our resort, then more sunbathing.

    At 5pm, Jackie decided it was time to sample the Happy Hour cocktails that our resort were now offering at a reasonable price. We both ordered a White Russian & because if you bought 2 you got one free, we ordered a follow up of an Orange Daiquiri. They were good cocktails, but damn strong.

    That evening we returned to Spicy Salad at the end of the beach for a romantic dinner. We were both hungry & ordered a meal each! Jackie ordered a Thai pork green curry & I ordered fried chilli & onion with chicken. We ate the lot & had a couple of Changs.

    A Hong Thong on the balcony finished off a very good day.

    Song of the Day: Today Is a Good Day by New Model Army.
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    Andy Mays

    Do you quite like NMA by any chance. Glad your feeling better buddy. Lucky you had nurse Jax on hand. Watch those pesky Russians.

    1/31/22Reply
    Simon and Jackie Annals

    Best band in the world

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  • Jan19

    Day 41 - Sod Ukraine What About Thailand

    January 19 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    Woke up to discover that I had an email from the vetting people to say my Apple IPad may actually be suitable to complete my vetting questionnaire. Oh god, here we go again!!

    The first thing I had to do was cut & paste a link into Google to open up a portal. I failed at the first hurdle the WiFi in our room was not strong enough to upload the portal. I spent the next hour walking around the resort trying over & over again to upload the link without a glimmer of success. Totally f¥cked off, I resorted to begging a friend who has gone through the process to try & upload it for me in the UK.

    We had a liquid breakfast, Jackie had an iced coffee & I had a fresh mango shake. During breakfast, Swedish Julia found me & informed me that her computer is totally knackered & she cannot now work for the next 2 months until they go home. We are all being held hostage by technology!

    After breakfast we returned to our sun beds & read our paperback books. We are now fighting off Russians from all sides as they grow in numbers around Salad Beach. The point couldn’t have been emphasised any better than a Russian girl who at lunch was wearing a Russian army hat & just a skimpy bikini. Are they planning an invasion here as well?

    We had a relatively early lunch at Crystal next door & to mark our last lunch on Ko Phangan for a while, we ‘splashed out’ on a sandwich & french fries to share. The sandwich was onion confit, bacon, cheddar cheese & homemade pastrami, all in rye bread. It was absolutely gorgeous. Just 2 small beers accompanied it.

    Apart from the odd stroll along the beach we did nothing during the afternoon & ended it with a sundowner. Against my better judgement, we had a quick Hong Thong, then Jackie attacked my Pompadour with my beard trimmers on the balcony. I am now too scared to look in the mirror!

    After another Hong Thong we went out for dinner at Salad Hut, which Swedish Dad had recommended for it’s pizzas. When we arrived, the annoyingly loud Russian family were just leaving & it left us as the only diners. Not necessarily a good sign.

    We ordered a chicken satay starter followed by a margarita pizza with extra ham & garlic. The chicken was plentiful, but a bit chewy & the satay was not to my taste. The pizza then arrived & we knew we had made a mistake. Effectively it was a frozen pizza heated up in the oven & at some point ham slices & raw garlic slices were dropped on it. It was the second disappointing meal we had had in a row.

    We paid up & drowned our disappointment with Hong Thongs & a packet of 10 baht jammy dodgers. Just saying again! After a couple of Hong Thongs, Jackie felt the need to attack my Pompadour again, but now with a pair of nail scissors. My best white grandad shirt was covered in clumps of grey hair & blood. I’m never looking in a mirror again!

    Thank you Alka for getting me registered on the portal. Infuriatingly, I still can’t access the portal with the resort WiFi. Hopefully I’ll have better luck at our next stop!

    Song of the Day: Russians by Sting.
    Dominion / Mother Russia by Sisters of Mercy.
    The Best by Tina Turner.
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    Andy Mays

    You think I’m joking about my running bill for IT consultancy. Let me know how you get on once you’ve moved. 😎

    1/20/22Reply
     
  • Jan18

    Day 40 - No Techno to Technophobe

    January 18 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    At 8.30am, the alarm sounded & I rushed down to our sun beds to put our towels out. I was particularly nervous, because I could hear the noisy Russian family up & having breakfast. They were still free, phew.

    Once ensconced on my sun bed, I checked my emails & saw to my horror another request for the completion of a vetting form for a different job. Happily I had all the information I needed available & I was able to complete this vetting form on my IPad without leaving my sun bed. I was quite impressed with myself.

    Over breakfast of poached eggs & French toast with iced coffees, Jackie & I looked at accessing our emails through the Sky website on the internet. Try as we might, every time we tried to sign in we were denied access. After lots & lots of googling, we established that it was something to do with our IP address & we needed to contact Sky through their website that we couldn’t access. We went round & round in technophobic circles for the remainder of the morning.

    In the end we’d lost the will to live, so gave up & had lunch on our balcony, 2 cans of beer & some peanuts, whilst the IPads were recharged. The afternoon consisted of reading our good old fashioned paperback books back on the sun beds.

    The Swedish lady didn’t make contact with me during the day & I didn’t bother to hunt her down, because I needed access to my emails on her computer to get started. I’ve conceded defeat. The vetting forms will just have to wait until I get home.

    Just after 5pm, we had a few drops of rain, so we ran for shelter to our balcony. We then had a disagreement over accommodation in Koh Tao, Jackie was dithering, so I took charge & booked The Miracle Guesthouse & Dive, which had an excellent 9.2 rating on Booking.com & cost just £95 for 5 nights. Jackie accused me of only picking it because it included a superb breakfast. I took offence when she tried to make me promise not to have a Full American breakfast every day!

    That evening we returned to Salad Villa Restaurant, the restaurant on the beach for some barbecue food. I ordered a chicken skewer & Jackie chose a whole squid to accompany a large corn on the cob each. The restaurant was really busy which was possibly detrimental to the food because neither of us were particularly impressed with our dinner. Jackie’s squid was over cooked & very chewy, whilst there were more onion & peppers than chicken on my skewer. Still it was cheap & a lovely setting with the green lighted fishing boats out in the bay

    Song of the Day: Computer by Toyah.
    No Surprises by Radiohead.
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  • Jan12

    Day 34 - Room with a View & a Half

    January 12 in Thailand ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    A decent nights sleep was had by both of us & we headed to breakfast at 9am, already showered & packed. Sylvian cooked us a delicious American breakfast to send us on our way. Sylvian had also booked our ferry tickets to Ko Phangan & Aiye offered to give us a lift to Don Sak Ferry Port for 200 Baht less than the taxi would cost.

    Just after 10am we said our goodbyes & Aiye drove us to the port. We were so glad she was with us, because apart from showing our tickets, she delivered us right up to the pier for our ferry. It seemed that other passengers were having to show passports & vaccination documentation.

    Our Raja Ferry is very old, greasy & smokey, but we managed to get a prime seat at the back. At 11.05am, the ferry pulled out of the port & I was secretly slightly glad that we didn’t see any pink dolphins hanging around.

    The ferry crossing was 2 and a half hours, which gave Jackie time for a bit of personal grooming & me some reading. We docked at Thong Sala Pier on the island of Ko Phangan at 1.30pm & were met by our pre-arranged hotel taxi driver.

    It was 5.4 miles to our next hotel, Salad Beach Resort, a snip at just £21.50 per night. Our taxi driver lugged both our big rucksacks through the resort to reception, where I gave him 300 Baht for the taxi fare. He looked at me a bit funny, then a couple of minutes later returned with my money & asked me what the 300 Baht was for. It would have been a fantastic tip for him, but I was supposed to pay the fare to the hotel receptionist.

    After checking in, the receptionist asked us to take a seat for 10 minutes which actually turned out to be 20 minutes. She then asked us to follow her up a flight of stairs & we followed but were getting ready to complain because it wasn’t what we had booked. She took us to the front room on the 1st floor & to our very pleasant surprise discovered it was a double aspect sea view room with a lovely balcony. We couldn’t believe our luck.

    On the negative side, the room is a bit dated, but it is spacious with a nice bathroom. We will not be complaining & almost certainly be extending our stay. My value for money discussion with Jackie yesterday had definitely paid off!

    After unpacking a bit, we popped next door to Diamond Bar & Restaurant for a Chang & a chicken satay. It was the best chicken satay of the trip so far & we both agreed that Salad Beach was by far the best beach we have visited in the last month. It had a lovely vibe, even if first impressions were that most of the tourists were Russian.

    After our late lunch, we strolled up the beach & counted just 4 restaurants to eat in. We bought some provisions from the local shop & returned to our lovely balcony for a sundowner.

    That evening we walked to the northern end of the beach & had dinner at a little restaurant called Spicy Salad. Jackie had a pork & rice fish, whilst I had a Massaman curry. It was a romantic setting & evening, I even allowed Jackie to have an expensive glass of white wine!

    Unfortunately the mood was ruined by ‘Biscuitgate’. We stopped at the little shop on the way home to pick up a pack of bottles of water. I was just paying when Jackie added a small packet of Dewberry jammy dodgers to our purchases. The shop assistant showed me the new price & I saw that the biscuits cost 65 Baht, but I still paid for them.

    As we walked away the actual cost of the biscuits sunk in. Normally we had been paying just 10 Baht for the exact same biscuits. I was furious & blamed Jackie for not checking the price before giving them to me. Jackie in turn was angry with me for blaming her when I paid for them already knowing their cost.

    We returned to our balcony for a nightcap & we sat and ate the £1.50 biscuits in silence. At least it was a nice view!

    Song of the Day: Room With A View by Billy Vera & The Beaters.
    True Romance by She Wants Revenge.
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    Andy Mays

    The playlist is 4hrs 45 mins long now - so covering most of my daily free time. A few duffers in there mate 😂. Also on an admin note, can you please ensure you have the daily blog completed and posted by 6am UK time - allows me to read it in bed with a brew before facing the day ahead. When you are late it throws my day out 😂 Good to speak to you both yesterday and have a shave . . . Jax 😂

    1/13/22Reply
    Simon and Jackie Annals

    I’ll do my best. The playlist is a journey!

    1/16/22Reply
     

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