Erm Parsnip might be sleeping oft more than just a angover.
It might have been wot wos being mixed up in the bucket behind the shed for the um forthcoming party.
Snot my fault.
A. I told im not to drink from the bucket.
B. I told him not to snort it up through a straw.
Think he must ave cos he wos found laters laid on his back surrounded by a pile of straws. He wos muttering about seeing spiders , bats, bugs and goblins crawling outta the walls but I explained that wos just cos it was dat time of the year and he sighed (appily I swear) turned over and passed out like. Dat wos Friday!
Sigh, I knew we ought to have brought him with us :(
It's lunchtime here on Wednesday as I type and we're all packed bar the last minute stuff - which is a great idea 'cos we did it right after be breakfast and still have the rest of the day and evening to play with, wahoo!!
This was my 'Five a Day' fruit at breakfast this morning:
These days most large supermarkets in the UK sell Dragonfruit but at one time they were the sort of thing that a check-out person would look at in bewilderment :) Cost about £1 each at home, here they're 'cheap as chips' of course. Yummy too!
So my leetle Playmates - I guess I won't be on line until Friday sometime, last party here, long journey, time changes and the jet lag will wipe me out for sure :(
But I thought you might like to see a little new friend. Earlier today a quite young Nok Kaew came and sat on our balcony for well over half an hour, all puffed up and singing his heart out. For ages we didn't dare move to get cameras lest he flew away. Eventually I got a few average piccies, but this one taken from the rocking chair I was sitting in tickles me most:
'The Birdman of Samui' (aka Len) only went and found a little plastic 'nibbles' dish that we bought here and crumbled up one of our bedtime Hershey's chocolates for the little fella! I can't say that he was overly impressed although he did take one piece and then spent ages vigorously cleaning his beak :)
Each evening the hotel 'turn down' service leaves us this on our bed (Len's side):
A glass dish with two Hersheys chocolates in and a single long stemmed red rose. What tickles us most is that often they then carefully place the TV remote control alongside :)
And this will be us at tomorrow morning - look closely between the palm trees and you'll see our 8:45 am plane from today, just taken off for Bangkok:
Yup, it had been raining but now the sky is bright blue again.
I hope you enjoyed just a little peek at Thailand over the past couple of weeks :) See you soon!!