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GUYS. I ATE FRUIT. I EVEN TRIED A NEW FRUIT. 

It helps that pineapple is my favourite & they were on ice. I did have to get confirmation it was ok before I tried it too. 

Except the dragon fruit. I winged that guy with only recommendation, not thorough discussions.

GUYS. I ATE FRUIT. I EVEN TRIED A NEW FRUIT.

It helps that pineapple is my favourite & they were on ice. I did have to get confirmation it was ok before I tried it too.

Except the dragon fruit. I winged that guy with only recommendation, not thorough discussions.

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Our new resort has a gym.

A gym that has things in that work.

& decent weights.

& machines.

& the tready works!

This morning we went down, even with the aircon once you get going there’s no avoided the humidity.

4k. Many breaks. Stopped before my foot started really hurting. I also noticed it could be the socks? They’ve got the tight bit around the arch, once I took them off it wasn’t too bad.

Could have pushed, but holiday means some walking & I don’t wanna hold everyone up.

But I must say, I feel heaps better going down & doing SOMETHING.

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Too many calories are bad for us. That doesn’t mean we should consume none. Too little exercise can lead to bad outcomes. That doesn’t mean you exercise to the point of hurting yourself. Too much sun can cause cancer. That doesn’t mean we should never go outside. It’s a cliché but true: In so many things moderation is our best bet. We have to learn that when one extreme is detrimental, it doesn’t mean the opposite is our safest course. It’s time to acknowledge that we may be going too far with many of our recommendations.
Dash of Salt Does No Harm. Extremes Are the Enemy. - NYTimes.com (via dendroica)

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Sunday Funday in photos.

Me taking selfies for Kiwi Boy this morning, you’re welcome. Those are my FAVOURITE shorts. So loose. So comfy. Like traklies but for summer.

After breaky sun session. My word it was toasty.

Then the rains came & we hid in our favourite local restaurant for lunch. & beer. The best green curry ever. We had lunch there on the day we arrived & it was the best Pad Thai ever. I’m in love with the food there.

Then we came home to drink the rest of the $10 vodka. We won. The vodka is gone.

Our very relaxed feet kicking back on a hot rainy Sunday.

The chair we have dubbed the Nerd Chair. The waiting chair. The waiting & I’ll just check my notifications chair.
Then the fine wife & I left the CFO in bed to get our nails did. I won’t lie, I feel like a bit of a bogan. But I am a bit of a bogan. So you know.

Missed Kiwi Boy less today. Mainly because Sunday & I got to text him all morning.

Thailand is rad. Thai people are rad. The company is super rad. Tomorrow is our last day in Khao Lak, I am excited to move on, but this resort is amazing. It feels really weird to just chill all day. But I really love it. This is what I work so hard for, it really is.

The hardest part of my day? What will I eat & when should I start drinking? Should I go to the pool or the beach?