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Again a very sublime existence here, could get used to this easily, but we also re-visited some of the more well known Wat's and sights in the old-city. There was the occasional down-pour of rain but there always seemed to be a handy coffee shop or bar nearby to accommodate us until it had passed.
Jo had decided it was time for a "do" and having been a hair dresser in a previous life wanted to do some research into a well reviewed place. She ferreted out a place called New York, New York in Nimman which even recommended to ask for someone called Milk, yes as in what cows give.
We called them up, asked for Milk and got an appointment the next day in the morning. They even called us back the next morning to confirm we could get there and as it was a short walk away set off 10 mins before the appointment. It was easy to find so I left Jo to the tender mercies of Milk and explored numerous coffee shops in the area which were many and varied, but all very good.
To wrap up this blog, Jo was very happy with her style and although cheap by Australian standards,not dirt cheap but the result and the products used were all first class.