Sunday, February 25, 2018

Sunday lunch in Nata and a Little Girl Stands

On a bright and breezy day we made our way up to the village of Nata and had a lovely, traditional Sunday lunch at the "Periklis tavern". We were joined by eight of our friends as we celebrated Arthur's birthday.

Meanwhile, back in the UK, our Goddaughter, Cari, learns how to stand up and crawl.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Green Monday and Another Birthday

The residents of  our small village met up at Panarama, a spot on top of Cape Aspro, to mark "Green Monday" which is the begining of Lent.

It was great to see the Cypriot and ex pat community mixing together and sharing food, drink and some dancing.

There were a number of kites flying in the sky as is the tradition and we had a "tug of war" competition this year. 

On the weekend, Rob celebrated another birthday with a Sunday Lunch at the Hillview restaurant and we were joined by Jan and Alun.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

A Beach walk and a trailer

This weekend we took a walk down at Pissouri bay, it a different place in the Winter with hardly a soul on the beach and warm jackets needed. Sadly we noticed the damage to the walkways that was caused by the Winter storms.

We also managed to finish the video trailer from our recent visit to Thailand/Vietnam.

Friday, February 02, 2018

Leaving Krabi and heading home....Day 25

This morning we said Goodbye to Krabi and took a flight back to Bangkok to Connect with our flight back to Cyprus.

So that's it, the end of out tour in South East Asia, we have seen and done so much, the people we have met have in Vietnam and Thailand have restored our faith in the human spirit with their kindness and happy and positive outlook on life. Thank you all and until next's over and Out.

Thursday, February 01, 2018

Railay beach and a night at cookery school....Day 24

The first thing this morning we hopped on a long tail boat at Ao Nang beach and set out for the short trip to Railay beach (return ticket cost 200 baht each.)
Railay beach is only accessible by boat as the peninsula is surrounded by high limestone cliffs. 

The beach is beautiful, soft sand that shelves slowly into the warm, crystal clear sea. It's best to get there as early as possible because as the day progresses the beach get busy.

In the evening we visited Ya's Thai cookery school, we learned how to make  4 types of curry paste, 3 types of soup, 2 types of rice, papaya salad and a sweet dish of mango and sticky rice.

A fun night was had by all and our fellow students came from Finland and the USA. At the end of the evening the six of us sat at a table and enjoyed all the food that we cooked.