* I Love Sufing
* Reunited (And It Feels So Good)
* On a Cool Night, Just Let Me Hold You By the Firelight
* The Temperate Zone Spreads Her Chilly Tentacles...
* It's All Good
* Eyes in the Back of My...Back
* The Road to Hell
* Getting High in the Low Season
* Just a Quickie...
* Oh My Buddha! (Part Two)
* Oh My Buddha! (Part One)
* Life's a Bitch...
* Holiday in Cambodia
* "Tuk-tuk, my friend? You want something?"
* Shake, Rattle, and Roll (and Pass Out)
* Slow-boating, Cannon-balling, and Baguettes
* Let's Keep it Real!
* Play One More For My Radio Sweetheart...
* I don't want to leave...
February 12, 2005
Let's Keep it Real!
Hi all! I am a man of few words today.
Well, I didn't end up going to the waterfall the other day because everyone back at "camp" wanted to go tubing instead. So, we all stocked up on booze, jumped in Annie's rig (okay everyone but me, I rode on the back of Lung Cha's motorbike), and floated down the milk chocolatey waters of the Pai River. Another excellent time. Afterwards, everyone crowded into the same shower at the same time, very drunk and very energetic. It was one of the most bizarre, yet wonderful moments I have experienced in some time. Everyone was feeding off everyone else's energy like at an AFI concert or something.
Last night, the lot of us hiked up to the hot springs and soaked, conversed, drank, and smoked. It was exactly what my poor body needed from the battering I put it through earlier in the day with Chad. By the way, I am teaching Chad how to walk on his hands. He is making excellent progress, so ladies tell your friends that we've got a bonafide stud in the making. Yessiree...
Chad and I started a traditional Thai massage course today. We study and practice for four hours per day for three days for this particular course. It's great fun and very practical. Perhaps some of you back home would like to feel pleasurable pain of my blossoming thumbs?
Not much else going on besides that. I do want to mention the lotions here. They all feature "whitening" properties. Ah, those zany Thais.
We plan to leave Pai in three days and make our way to Laos. I suppose I'll make my next entry then unless something epic happens to occur before that time. Thanks for reading. Peace out, ninjas.
"Open my eyes as I submerge and I won't deny what I've been since birth. I'll die drowned by your standards."
Posted by Gary on February 12, 2005 03:28 AM
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