I love getting pedicures, when we lived in the states Jarrett would give me one for every gift-giving holiday. Since we have been travelling I have been able to get a couple of them on the road. They are super cheap i have never paid more than $8 and since we have been in Pai, I have got 2 of them at just 5 bucks each. I was heading into town to get one the other day when Peyton asked to join, I of course happily agreed since two is always better than one.we decided to stop for lunch on the way
we went dutch-I paid
our view of the happy streets of Pai
pineapple fried rice
a rocking swan
and now the real fun starts-foot massage while he plays phone games
this kid knows how to relax!
every shop, restaurant, and store (besides 7-11) is open air-no A/C
the pedicures are very basic, no scrubbing the dead skin off of the bottom of your feet, but still very relaxing
Peyton’s toes were sparkling. Since he did not get his toes polished (even they though teased him to:) she spent the entire hour scrubbing and washing his little feet.
With happy feet we then skipped over to 7-11 for Peyton to buy himself a snack.
I followed after him, but he asked me if I would wait outside since he had his own money
uhhh….well…i guess… haha! I was totally not prepared for that or ready for it for that matter, but since the store was so little and made of glass I smiled at his independence and decided to let him shop on his own
I was following him around the store running back and forth looking in the windows, I am sure I looked super silly
i had no idea what he was going to buy-looks like he had the right idea at the icecream case
paying all by himself-he only had a baggie full of change so I was not sure he was going to have enough, but I not dare go in and ruin his fun to find out
he was there a long time counting his money with the cashier
he came out with a bag of treats and no change, I am still not sure if he had the exact amount or if the lady spotted him a few