Sunday, January 10, 2010

Purgatorio Paradiso

Not a bad place to wait for a visa. Our long tail boat dropped us off in the east bay of Railay Beach. We waded ashore and found our bungalow on a nearby hillside. We soon forgot about deportation, Kuwait, and visas, and just swam in the Andaman Sea. The beautiful beaches were surrounded by towering cliffs and dense forests. With the smell of pad thai in the air, we knew five business days were going to fly by. We climbed into the jungle, found rocks to jump off, and rented kayaks to explore deserted beaches. Temple even tackled rock climbing. In the evenings, we chilled with ice cold Chang Beer. The days passed and soon our purgatorio in paradiso was over. As we departed in our long tail, we thanked Railay for letting us forget our problems.

2 comments:

Ted said...

AH! To see Thailand again. Looking at your blog I thought all Thailand must look alike until I realized that Mary and I were there! We stay at the Rayavadee Resort- what a beautiful place!
And a good spot for R&R. DAD

Hadley said...

I feel refreshed and ready to tackle the plebian issues of my day after hanging in Thailand with you guys! thanks and get the damn visa next time! :)Hadley