May 6th, 2015 - Koh Lanta, Thailand - Day 265

Another day in paradise.  I warned you that these posts were going to become increasingly boring and I am fulfilling my prophecy.  Our days are models of consistency.  We wake up, have coffee, go for an hour walk on the beach, work on individual projects, go for a swim, eat lunch, take a nap, play in the pool, go to happy hour, eat dinner and either read or watch a movie.  These days have provided us with more relaxation and time to really think than any other stop and it has been invaluable.  Stacie and I are really working on what life is going to be like when we return and have made some incredible strides.  This environment has been the perfect place to tie all the learnings of the past year together before we return home.  While we have not done much, this work has been so important and impactful for us.  I feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to take this trip and feel truly blessed with the outcome so far.  

In the evening we headed past Miami to our new favorite restaurant and bar - the Majestic.  

The majestic is where we went for our anniversary and it has been the go to ever since.  They have great food (Lea loves their tacos), but the drinks are the real specialties.  Stacie and I ordered our usual - Mojito - and kicked back to watch another incredible sunset.  As you can see from the picture below we are easily influenced by marketing. 

Who would not want to be right here right now?

Although I am sure you are sick of seeing my sunset pictures almost as much as I am sick of taking them, I just can't stop.  But I also got some good pictures of us :-)

Ok - here is the sunset - ho, hum....

On our first night in Thailand we walked out to the beach and there were some bright green lights pointing back at us from the sea.  We did not know what they were but they were bright.  We later figured out they were squid fishing boats and on a big night there would be 10-15 of them out there.  I wanted to get a picture, but was lazy and I figured they would always be there another night.  Well, a couple days later the fleet moved further out to sea and I was bummed I would not be able to get a pic.  But tonight they were back so I made sure to get the shot.  Its not very good because I had to hand hold the camera in the darkness, but we now have the picture.