12 Dec Fire Dancing at Big Blue on the Beach, Koh Tao

Video: Fire Dancing at Big Blue
There are many choices for evening entertainment at Sairee Beach, Koh Tao, Thailand. We met travel memoir author, Torre DeRoche and Ivan at Fizz for drinks and then moved down the beach to Big Blue for our favorite fire dancer. Most of the staff at both places are Burmese. We used our new Burmese words to say, “Hello- Mingla-Ba!” “Thank you—CheZoo Temburay” and “How are you? Nic Ow La?” For our last dinner in Koh Tao we returned to Su Chili which has great Thai food and reasonable prices. The friendly staff are also all from Myanmar. Meeting so many people from Myanmar we took it as a sign, that our next country would be Myanmar. We were off to Bangkok to get our visas and get ready for October in Myanmar. Look for our many videos all about our 28 days of travel in this incredible country.

This movie is from our month stay in Thailand (September 2012) and our year TRIP in South East Asia, see all the videos from our trip: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv_jKkCiDQcSdYAT6w0vpmlt71-tN16fZ&f…

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September 22, 2012

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