Reach Krabi on time..the first time we do was looking for a van then to tourist information counter for trip info. We get a van but the drive did not drive us to the hotel instead, the van stop by his office and the staff inform us that we need to get a boat to our hotel.. Omg we were speechless cos we really don’t know that hotel actually a resort and in the island here.
Seriously the weather is extremely hot as we reach to the jetty to get a boat, we have to wait for a few more people, the boat will fetch all of us together. The charges was not really expensive.
Is a 20 min drive to the island and we are staying at Railey Bay Resort & Spa, all I can say the island was beautiful with private beach as well.. is so peaceful and all you could hear is the waves.
By the time we check in is almost evening, after everything do, the staff bring us to our private cottage, room no was 1105, with wifi, and jacuzzi. After resting for 2 hours, we have a walk to the beach and is so windy. The destine was quite far from the hotel to the beach or the restaurant. I like it here, seriously we don’t see many chinese or malay or indian people but most foreign, I mean a lot, they love it here because of sun bath, laying on the sand and relaxing even refreshing…
We able to see the sunset in the evening and have early dinner at the restaurant here and the food was not bad, mostly seafood and Thai food.
After dinner we heading for a massage for an hours with head, shoulder and foot massage and is cost 600 baht per person. When is done, back to cottage to have jacuzzi and drink and watching the star …the sky was beautiful that night. We had our late night and we call it a day…
There are times when we feel pressured by life. Deadlines are looming, household appliances suddenly break, we’re sleep deprived, or people put unexpected pressures on us. We feel temporarily overwhelmed. We desperately tread water, yet the waves come in relentlessly.
It’s time for a mental break!
When your mind is racing, or you’re close to tears with tiredness and frustration, you need to go within and listen to your inner wisdom. To get in touch with your inner self, seek nature.
Leave the mess that is strewn across the living room floor, walk away from the computer and its ever amassing emails. Go outside. Do nothing. Consciously become aware of your senses. Listen to the noises around you, feel the surface you are sitting, standing, or lying on, smell the scents and aromas around you, see dispassionately what is before you. Escaping into your primary senses temporarily stops thinking and eases stress.
Leave your inner chaos behind and experience the magic of nature today.
Many of us do not see ourselves as naturally creative. We fail to recognize and appreciate our innate abilities. That’s because we hold limiting concepts of ourselves, and what it means to be creative. The thesaurus says that creativity is also originality, inspiration and imagination. That describes you, doesn’t it?
Whatever your calling is in life you have the ability to express creativity through it. Whether you want to improve your personal relationships, plant a garden, furnish a home, or cook a gourmet meal – all these avenues offer opportunities for inspired self-expression.
So, see yourself as original, inspired and imaginative. Then, unleash the creativity within and watch your attitude and accomplishments reach new heights you never thought imaginable.
No matter what you do or who you work with, the work you do must be for you.
If you’re an employee in a business, think of yourself as a consultant. Start managing your career as you would your own company.
Through this you place much greater value on your time and skills. You take control! And, when you’re in the driver’s seat, you can’t be shaken by the toughest manager, ruffled by office politics, offended by rumors, or frightened by business dips and organizational changes.
No matter what happens, you’ll be okay – because you are your own boss!
On 2nd of September, at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, AC Music Entertainment will bring the international hit tribute musical, Arrival From Sweden — The Music Of ABBA.
Arrival From Sweden is a renowned ABBA tribute band that celebrates the 1970s Swedish pop group ABBA’s greatest hits and previously unreleased songs, including Just A Notion, written and composed by ABBA members, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson.
This tribute show debuted in 1995 and has since been seen by more than a million people globally.
In the 8.30pm show, fans of ABBA will get to relive the heyday of the band with hits like Money Money Money, SOS, Super Trouper, Mamma Mia, Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! and Dancing Queen.
The was a nice musical and I’m enjoying the show. It end about 10.30pm. (Sorry the photo is a bit dark)