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Cruise Day Sixteen - 11th Day @ Sea - Destination the Seyche

Sunday, 24 January 2016

Calm seas, hazy sky, high humidity and very few passengers on deck when I completed my laps of Deck 14. Met up with Jenny in the Horizon Court for breakfast. Down to the cabin and filled the Laundry bag. Jenny went off to the Church Service and I filled in an hour in the International Café.
Joined Jenny in the Theatre for the Destination Lecture. Once again the subject could have been better presented in a more structured format. Apart from now knowing that there are a number of museums and a market somewhere, there wasn't a lot more I took in.

At 10:00 the alarms were sounded for the Code Sierra Papa Piracy Drill. It was all over by 10:30. During the drill we were required to stay in our cabins and stay away from external walls and windows. Easy for us, we have an internal cabin. Our room steward confirmed we were present and reported back to the command centre. Meanwhile the Captain notified the Piracy Control Centre in London and received confirmation that the Drill Message had been received. Princess HQ was also notified and acknowledged the Drill Message.

Back to the Theatre for the talk by Lyn Hurry titled "Larrikins of the Southern Seas" covering a number of notable pirates that managed to create problems for ships and some early settlements along the West Australian coast.

Brief lunch from the International Café and started this blog. Jenny's decided to stay and watch the tennis while I went to the Theatre to watch the epic movie "The Last Emperor" with a run time of 2 hours 43 minutes. It is a movie of massive scale, I remember seeing trailers for the movie when it was first released. I don't remember if it was meant to be biographical, it certainly had an air of authenticity.

Lovely meal in the dining room and then off to the Theatre to be entertained by Danny Elliot. He's difficult to describe in a single word. He plays many varieties of flutes including the Pan Pipes. Then he switches to the harmonica to play the Bolero after which he throws in some fantastic piano playing. Rounds all that out with better than average vocals and added a tap dance routine. By far and away the best hour of entertainment that I can recall.

In a quest to find some photographic subjects I visited the ship's brag wall to photograph some of the Maiden Call plaques, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

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Cruise Day Fifteen - Malé, Maldives

Saturday, 23 January 2016

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Weather pretty much as it has been for the past two weeks or so. I walked some laps as we edged our way into the port of Male where the ship dropped the anchor and deployed the tender boats. Another cruise ship, the Costa Riviera, followed us in and her tenders added to the activity on the harbour. It is interesting that the airport is located on a separate island and there is a constant stream of water taxis or larger vessels that buzz between the airport and the main island.

We had a simple breakfast, collected our gear from the cabin and were on board a tender in under 15 minutes. No queue, no waiting and a 10 minute boat ride to the jetty. No formalities on arrival and we just wandered into the town. Some impressive buildings and an interesting park populated with artificial tree-like structures that light up at night.

Traffic is busy, streets are narrow and predominantly one-way, footpaths are narrow, uneven or nonexistent. The many scooter riders are quite tolerant and will dodge around any pedestrian that shares the road, street or alleyway too narrow for a car. The jetty where we disembarked and the open space immediately adjacent was clean and free of litter. That state of cleanliness didn't extend to many parts of the area we covered.
Following a rather inadequate map we wandered over halfway across the island. Our navigation was hampered by the lack of street names at the intersections. We were never totally lost but by the same token didn't find the markets we'd been told about.

After about two hours we were both feeling the effect of the heat and headed back to the tender jetty. Fortunately a tender had just arrived from the ship and we were aboard the tender again without delay. Back aboard the ship we indulged in a refreshing shower and found somewhere to air our sweat-soaked clothes. There will be a full laundry bag tomorrow.

Up to the Horizon Court for lunch and a quick dash out on the blistering open deck to try and capture that 'shot of the day'. Lots of photogenic scenes but all marred by the haze which takes the edge off the subject. Spent a lot of time going through the 100 or so images for today to find that no one shot stands out. Finally settled on the front of the Islamic Centre as the image for today. In this very crowded place it is difficult to find an appropriate vantage point. This impressive structure was roped off so there were no tourists draped all over it for 'selfies'.

Just about finished taking my flu preventative medication, by the way, it appears to have worked as I haven't been brought down by the dreaded lurgy. I just noticed that the instructions on the packet were a bit confusing.
Fist line "Take 1 capsule by mouth 1 time every day." OK so far but "by mouth" ?? how else ??.
Line two "Space the doses evenly throughout the day." How do I comply with that ??

Lovely meal in the dining room as the ship heaved the anchor and made her way out to sea. There are three consecutive sea days ahead of us. My blog postings may be somewhat skimpy 8-).

The entertainment in the Theatre tonight was Cheeza with her tribute to Whitney Houston. Lovely lady, lovely costumes, good voice but poor choice of audience participation. I think she's used to performing for a less cynical crowd. She tried but failed to whip up the audience and gave up in the end.

Bit of excitement for tomorrow. Because we're on the edge of the piracy waters off East Africa the ship has to conduct a "Piracy Drill".

The Islamic Centre in Malé is my best shot, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

Posted by greynomadm 08:19 Archived in Maldives Republic Comments (0)

Cruise Day Fourteen - 10th Day @ Sea - Destination the Maldi

Friday, 22 January 2016

Dead calm sea, barely moving, just 12 knots and 28 °C. Not the most invigorating conditions for my morning laps around the deck. Add the continued haze to block the sunrise and it is almost depressing. The battle of the sun against the smog made for some interesting if muted displays.

Finished another book on the Kindle. We haven't really read a lot despite the many sea days. Between the lecture and the movie each day there's three hours accounted for. Add the meals and time for the evening show and we're up to seven hours. Then there's time to walk from one place to another and there's hardly time to write this drivel and sort through any images captured during my morning laps. I think the day is fully accounted for.

This morning's talk by Lyn Hurry was on the subject of pirates, buccaneers and privateers. Many were hanged but some became rich and died in comfort. A quick lunch in the Horizon Court and we headed back down to the Theatre for the Movie of the Day. I must correct something I wrote in yesterday's blog, last night's movie was "The Martian" not Mars. Today's matinée was Shakespeare in Love, a lively tale based on and featuring the play Romeo and Juliette by the man himself. In the movie he plays the part of Romeo and dashes off parts of the play as it is being rehearsed.
The ship continues it's docile way across the Lakshadweep Sea which borders India, Maldives, Sri Lanka and the west of Kerala. This voyage is truly one of discovery for us as we've been unaware of many of these regions of the Indian Ocean.

After an enjoyable meal in the dining room we gathered in the Theatre to create a full house for the Tom Jones Experience featuring Jacques Renay who made a reasonable fist of a number of the signature Tom Jones songs.

Tonight we wind the clock back another 30 minutes as we adjust to local time in the Maldives. I've used an image of the sun in the smog, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

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Cruise Day Thirteen - Colombo Sri Lanka

Thursday, 21 January 2016

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No laps of the deck this morning and no visible sunrise due to the ever-present blanket of fog/smog/haze that has dogged us for the last week or more. The ship manoeuvred into her berth in the shadow of some huge container cranes. Buses and taxis are lining up to take passengers into the city. We have a booked excursion and are scheduled to meet in the Wheelhouse Bar at 07:35.

Our tour consists of a 2 to 3 hour drive to a tea plantation and associated processing plant. Our transportation is a 22 seat mini-bus which proved most appropriate for the task. As there were only 16 of us no one was required to sit on the jump seats - bonus !! Our very capable young driver managed to wend his way through traffic that barely moved and had scant regard for any road etiquette. It was not quite as chaotic as Chennai.
The drive took us through some spectacular rural country and finally up a lengthy narrow drive into the heart of the estate. It was obvious that a regular 45 seat coach would not have been able to travel along this road. In addition to tea, the estate has an extensive rubber plantation. The tea here is classed as low country tea.

The Ingiriya Tea Plantation is NOT a tourist attraction. It is an old working tea processing plant and there was but a single toilet. Needless to say after almost 3 hours on the bus all 16 of us had a need.

The complete processing of the tea from being picked to bagged and ready for export involves many steps and in this plant relies on a considerable workforce. The picking is performed by women and they also do much of the finer grading of the product as it moves through the facility. The heavier labour is performed by men. All workers are barefooted and pass though a water bath on entering the factory. We were able to keep our shoes on but were restricted to specific walkways. The floors of the plant were of highly polished wood and were constantly swept to recover any spilt product.

After the tour of the factory we were driven to the "Superintendent's" residence where we were served tea and cake in the garden under the shade of the tropical trees. Interesting YES, but a tourist attraction with facilities for the 11 bus loads that arrived - NO.

Once again it was the scenery and the skill of the driver that impressed me most. We both enjoyed the tour and consider the $56 each well spent. We arrived back at the ship just before 14:00 and made our way to the Horizon Court for a quick lunch after which we went ashore again to peruse the market stalls set up on the dock. There were many gaudy trinkets but also some serious leather goods and jewelry. We manged to resist the temptation.

Put together a light meal in the Horizon Court after which Jenny returned to the cabin and I went to the Theatre. The 'show' was the screening of the movie Mars. A totally unlikely film created with lots of special effects. In some way it illustrated that a government could spend billions of dollars to potentially save one human. Sends a strange message but perhaps I read too much into it.

The late return of some ship's tours has delayed our departure by almost two hours. The Captain will need to kick in the overdrive. Another sea day tomorrow.

I've used a the face of a 'tea picker', if you have time you can view her by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

Posted by greynomadm 08:05 Archived in Sri Lanka Comments (0)

Cruise Day Twelve - 9th Day @ Sea - Destination Colombo

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

There's a bit of movement underfoot as the ship rocks gently on a slight sea. Around us is the ever-present blanket of fog/smog/haze. We are heading in a South Easterly direction to make for the East coast of Sri Lanka. Performed my morning routine with laps around Deck 14 and shots of the sunrise.

Just for a change of scene we decided on breakfast in the dining room. All very refined and quite an extensive menu. The others at the table of eight were pleasant company too so overall a positive experience we may need to repeat.

Attended the Destinations lecturer for her talk on Male in the Maldives. We've voted her the worst of the breed, her voice puts you to sleep and her talk is largely irrelevant. The most important thing she passed on was that the country and this city were strictly Muslim. Off to the shipboard shop for some cough mixture for Jenny and a pair of "Go Walk 3" shoes by Skechers for Tony.

Up next was Lyn Hurry with a talk on many things nautical based on the origin and meaning of terms used. Throwing in a fair bit of history and debunking some popular misconceptions. Some toasted sandwiches and a bowl of soup from the International Café made for a satisfying lunch. Jenny is still feeling the effects of her flu and decided to have a nap while I went to the Theatre to watch the biography of Sir Thomas Moore in the film "A Man for All Seasons" a powerfully acted tale of intrigue and treachery.

Dined in the dining room where there was some significant disruption due to some mishap in the galley. One man at an adjoining table stormed off because of the delay. I get impatient too about delays but I think he was a bit unreasonable. There was a lull in the hubbub of conversation when a bridge announcement called for a stretcher in the lower dining room. The two events were not related 8-)

Off to the Vista Lounge at the other end of the ship to watch Maggie strut her stuff. Her show starts at 20:00 so we have about 45 minutes to fill in. By the way, even on this sea day my FitBit recorded over 10,000 steps.

I thought Maggie's show was a bit of a letdown after her brilliant performance a few nights ago. Colombo tomorrow and a bit of a hectic morning so I won't get a chance to do my laps as we have to meet for the tour at 07:30.

I've used a reasonable image from this morning's sunrise for today's offering, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

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Cruise Day Eleven - Chennai, India

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

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Weather conditions this morning were pretty much a repeat of the past few days, grey sky and no perceivable horizon as we worked our way into the port. The city was previously more commonly call Madras and has a population of over 8 million people.

Our Shore Excursion today was a coach trip to the monuments at Mahabalipuram. These monuments date to the seventh century and are massive structures carved from the local granite. There were three separate sites, the Shore Temple constructed from separate carved blocks, the 'Five Rathas' each carved from a singe monolith and the massive Arjuna's Penance a bass relief carved across 88 feet of hillside.

Interesting as these monuments are, the real highlight is the almost two hours each way in the coach. The traffic is unimaginable and resembles a real life game of dodgem cars played out by vehicles ranging from scooters, tuk tuks, local buses of all sizes, luxury coaches and overloaded dump trucks. The speed was somewhat restricted due to extensive roadworks and the real game was played on the 'diversions' where there were just two lanes of normal traffic frequently occupied by three or four vehicle abreast.

The other attraction was the local ladies in their spectacular saris and the delightful young girls who took a fancy to me after I took some photos of them. At one point they were all lined up for a group photo, I stole a snap of the group but didn't go unnoticed. When they broke up they were all smiles and happy faces.

The overall air of the place is overcrowded, untidy and squalid. The worst was the fisherman's village. A collection of shanties along the beach built from salvaged timber and plastic sheets. Their original dwellings were wiped away by the tsunami that inflicted so much devastation to this low lying region. There is promised new accommodation but progress has been slow at best. Many of the fishermen and their families were relocated to other parts of the city after the catastrophe but over time they've drifted back to the beach and their traditional means of livelihood.
Despite the chaotic traffic we were back at the ship's side within an hour of the scheduled time. No small thanks to the ability of the driver of our coach. A memorable day of eye-opening experiences.

Back on board for a delicious meal in the dining room after which we retired to the cabin as we were both missing our afternoon nap.

I've used the image of those lovely ladies and young girls for today's offering, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

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Cruise Day Ten - 8th Day @ Sea - Bay of Bengal

Monday, 18 January 2016

Arrived on Deck 14 to find that we were sailing in an envelope of grey. Despite this less than promising start, the sun put in a belated appearance and I managed to capture a slice of colour. Grabbed a quick breakfast and rejoined Jenny in the cabin. She's ordered a Room Service breakfast and was quite anxious at what she thought was a late delivery, turns out her watch was out by an hour.

Jenny reported to the Medical Centre at 10:00 and passed the health check, she's officially released from confinement. She still has a lingering cough but some cough mixture should take care of that.

Lyn Hurry talked about the further four Ages Of Man and shared her passion of poetry claiming that "if you can write good poetry you can write anything". While we were in the Theatre there was an announcement from the Front Desk which we heard but didn't understand. I suspected it was to do with the processing through Indian Immigration.

Our scheduled time was 13:30 and although it was only 11:30 we took a chance that we'd be allowed through. No queue so no questions asked. A Princess staff member checked that we had the requisite items of documentation. In front of two officials we handed over our passport with entry visa, the Indian Arrival card and the Shore Pass. Each document was duly stamped with two official stamps, the Shore Pass and the Passport returned to us. Next the passport was collected by Princess staff and a receipt issued. Another Indian Official to check that the Shore Pass had been correctly authorised and again stamped it. Finally our Cruise Card was scanned to record that we had been processed. It all proceeded quite smoothly and were through in less that 5 minutes.

Took Jenny up to Deck 14 and out onto the deck, her first taste of open air and view of the sea for the past two days. Had our lunch in the Horizon Court and returned to the cabin with the intention of taking in the Movie of the Day. Jenny decided she would rather take a nap so I went to the Theatre and sat through "An American in Paris" with Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. It is no doubt a classic, great music, amazing dance routines, wonderful costumes and elaborate sets but it bored me to sleep. Amazing to think that people paid good money to see it in its heyday.
Back to the cabin to scribble these notes and prepare for the evening. I would like to see if there's a visible sunset and snatch a bite at the Horizon before heading off to the show.

As with plans generally, things have a habit of happening despite them. We didn't have the bite before the show. The Theatre was filling fast at least 45 minutes before the phenomenal Maggie Scott had us roaring with laughter. She cracks joke, she sings with volume and passion and displayed an unexpected dexterity on the keyboard. An amazing entertainer who richly deserved the standing ovation at the end of the show.
We finally made it to the Horizon Court for a belated meal. The food was less than spectacular and a few of the things I tried were disappointing. At least the soup was hot and tasty.

Chennai, India tomorrow, our first visit to India and looking forward to the experience. I've uploaded the best of this morning's sunrise images, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

Posted by greynomadm 07:17 Archived in India Comments (0)

Cruise Day Nine - 7th Day @ Sea - Bay of Bengal

Sunday, 17 January 2016

This morning's photographic opportunities were about zero. I snatched some snaps of a bit of light high in the sky but don't hold out much hope for a decent shot. Walked some laps and had my breakfast then returned to the cabin. Jenny has made up a list of what she'd like for breakfast and I assembled a tray for her. She's looking a bit better and will visit the Doctor again at 10:00. Fingers crossed, she'll be released from confinement.

Jenny's back from the Doctor, her temperature is back to normal and after a follow-up visit tomorrow she may be released from confinement. I was reading the ship's policy on medical confinement, a person who breaks the rule may be subject to forced disembarkation at the next port at their own expense.

Attended the session with Lyn Hurry who explored the first three of the Seven Ages Of Man and the poems and songs that have been written for each stage. Many poems were read by famous actors and illustrated her point that poetry should be read aloud.

Jenny explored the Room Service menu for her lunch and was well pleased with the toasted sandwich and french fries. I ducked up to the Horizon Court and ate a quick lunch before all the tables filled. Fortunately a sizable crowd was outside watching the Ice Carving demonstration.
Left Jenny in the cabin and went to the Theatre to watch "Driving Miss Daisy" staring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy. A good sized crowd possibly because there's not much else happening and the weather is none too great for the sun bathers either. Half the passengers are being processed by Indian Immigration today, the other half, including us, will be put through tomorrow.

Chased the setting sun in the hope of achieving an acceptable image for today. The sea and the clouds met on the horizon where it was almost impossible to distinguish one from the other. While I was up on deck 14 I grabbed a quick dinner and assembled a plate for Jenny back in the cabin. We haven't made any effort to dress up for tonight's Formal Night, that makes two we've ignored.

The clock is set back 30 minutes tonight, that should be the last for a while although we continue on a generally Westerly course. I'll stay with Jenny to watch a movie on TV. "Saving Mr Banks" was an interesting film and relates the story - true or fiction - of how Walt Disney finally won the rights to make the film "Mary Poppins" after a 20 year battle with the author.

Nothing of photographic merit today, so today's image is from yesterday, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

Posted by greynomadm 07:19 Archived in India Comments (0)

Phuket, Thailand

Saturday, 16 January 2016

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This morning was totally overcast and the only signs of light were from the other ships we passed as we slipped slowly into port. We have a Ship's Shore Excursion booked today so will be spending a good deal of time on a coach. The forecast is for showers, just as one would expect this time of year in the tropics, although the seasons are not as predictable as they used to be.

The check-in for the tour was right on time and there were no delays disembarking the ship. By about 10:15 we were on our way - eight fully loaded coaches doing the same tour. Somehow they managed to create two echelons of four buses so that the various venues were not overcrowded. First stop was the Southern tip of the island, known locally as Sunset View Point. Our guide suggested we pretend to see the sun setting even though it was the wrong time of day. Despite the lack of a setting sun, Cape Promthep provided many spectacular views.

Back on the coach to visit the Wat Chalong Temple, the largest temple complex on Phuket. There were many magnificent buildings constructed in the traditional Buddhist style with a Thai twist which distinguishes it from the Chinese or Indian versions. The allocated 40 minutes were hardly sufficient to see a few of the main buildings.

Back on the coach to visit the Thai Traditional Village where elegant young women in elaborate costumes performed a series of dances. Apart from their supple body movements their hand gestures kept me spellbound. The performance was exquisite, the heat somewhat overwhelming and the seating was cramped and uncomfortable. There was no chance that we would nod off.

Our next stop was our lunch venue, a grand tourist complex complete with elephant rides, dance shows, souvenir shops and the largest dining room I've ever seen. There must have been seating for over 1,000 and the buffet provided a bewildering variety of food in generous abundance. The fresh fruit line provided at least six choices of fruit including one I'd never experienced. Roughly the shape of a pear with a uniform dark red skin and the taste of an apple, I think it was called a 'Rose Apple'.

Back on the coach for our last stop of this tour. "Gems Gallery" claims to be the World's Biggest Jewelry Store comprising of both manufacturing and retail sales. There are four branches in Thailand and if the others as a large as the one in Phuket there is little doubt their claim is valid. The showroom alone is enormous and the whole operation is first class and smells of big money. I didn't stop to examine any of the countless item for fear of capitulating again. Fortunately Jenny expressed no interest either.

Back on the coach to make our way back to the ship and the welcome air-conditioning. Jenny has decided to visit the Doctor with a suspected throat infection. It will be interesting to find out what it is. Not good news, Jenny has a serious flu infection and is confined to the cabin for now. She has two boxes of medication and needs to be reviewed tomorrow. Because I've been in contact with her I needed to visit the Doctor too and I've been prescribed a preventative dose of anti-flu medication. So things are up in the air for at least the next few days.

I've managed to bring down a meal for her from the Horizon Court as the Room Service Menu is somewhat limited.

I've decided to stay in the room with her as the show in the Theatre doesn't interest me very much anyway. The clock is set back another hour tonight as we start to head in a generally Westerly direction.

There are over 100 images to pick from many of them a little blurred due to the low light and movement. There's one that is a bit out of my norm the Thai sculptures repeated, if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

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Day Six @ Sea - The Strait of Malacca

Friday, 15 January 2016

A rain storm overnight has left the decks wet underfoot and has increased the humidity. Storm clouds all around were illuminated by lighting from time to time. The breeze was light and the water was almost calm, a lovely mild morning waiting for the sunrise. A gap in the clouds provide a brief view of some colour in the sky.

I joined Jenny in the Horizon Court for breakfast before returning to the cabin to change clothes for the day. First event was the Destination Lecture providing us with some details of the up-coming Port of Chennai, India. We're booked on a Ship's Shore Excursion so much of the detail was irrelevant. After a short break, Lyn Hurry presented a talk on the hidden meanings behind many of our childhood nursery rhymes. Some of her revelations were quite shocking and were thinly disguised political commentary on events of the times.

Tried the English Pub Lunch in the dinning room. It lacked the 'Pub' atmosphere, the service was casual, almost off-hand, the portions rather meagre and overall somewhat disappointing. Difficult to be critical, we didn't have to pay extra for it. I'd have been less pleased if they had charged.

After lunch, back to the Theatre for the Movie of the Day a rollicking fun hour and a half of almost slapstick comedy. 'Hot Pursuit" starred Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara. The normally boring credits were peppered with out-takes and kept the laughs going.

Dinner tonight was a bit disappointing, the soup was only just warm, the rare steak was close to well done and Jenny's pheasant was tough and dry. The service was less attentive with long delays, caused I suspect by the late arrival of one of the passengers at one of the tables in our group. I understand that the waiters try to collect as many meals as possible at one time because that reduces the number of trips to the galley and the inevitable delays there.

Jenny is not fully recovered from her marathon walk yesterday and is feeling too tired to go to the Theatre for tonight's show. I spent an entertaining hour or so watching the multi-talented Amber Jade, she sang, she danced and played the clarinet and the saxophone. On top of all that she's a vibrant, petite blond. Great entertainment package all round.

The clocks are set back an hour overnight so we have an extra hour to sleep. We are due to arrive in Phuket at about 08:00.

This morning's sunrise made for an acceptable image if you have time you can view it by following this link to the image for Today

Wishing you good health and safe travel.
Have a great day and stay well.
Cheers .. Tony

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