I apologise if this blog is becoming redundant, but there is not much to write about when there is not much going on…and I mean that in the most relaxing, chilled-out, blissful way possible. Every day in Pai we sleep late under our mosquito nets in our bamboo huts by the river (which cost less than three dollars a night to stay in), eat pineapple curry followed by fried bananas for lunch, hire motorbikes to explore the waterfall-filled countryside, wander around the small town to shop and eat street food, and then finish the day with a beer in hand listening to reggae music. One might even say it is…pai-radise?
Thank you all so much for the comments on my last blog post. Would Jesse, Hannah, Amie, Sophie, Christine, Betty, Naomi, Chinye, and Elektra please send me your addresses (although Amie, Sophie, and Naomi, I have yours, I believe) in the next three days and I will send you a postcard from this little hippie town.
Girl, you are living the DREAM. 😉
(also, those pants are awesome!!)
Not much going on?! I second Naomi, you’re living the dream. All of us here sitting on our duffs know an adventure when we see one. And you’re on one…just accept it! 🙂
Bamboo hut near the river for less than $3, that to me is amazing! I’m happy that you are thoroughly enjoying life!!
Agreed on all counts…I really am living the life! Today while having a massage I had to seriously concentrate to figure out what day it was. I guessed Sunday, April 26th, which doesn’t even make sense. Nope, no complaints here…
Awesome, awesome life indeed! Enjoy 🙂
Sounds like total pai-radise 😀 Where did you stay in Pai?