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... having a lovely shower, getting on some comfy clothes for our sleeper train, we step outside to torrential rain & got soaked on our 5 min walk to the station, water up to ankles & soaking wet feet. Not ideal. Soon the train arrived & we boarded the sleeper. Well our faces said it all. It was grim, depressing, grey metal, uncomfortable seats & the toilet well OMFG! No glass, open window, so as ...
... 30 school kids in grade 5. It was a really fun and very exciting experience to be teaching English to 30 students and keep them listening and paying attention to you. I taught them some Australian songs and how to count to 20.
At lunch they served rice and chicken to all the kids and teachers, it was really good and ...
... On the plus side, it's so hot that even the thought of eating seems like too much effort and I'm sure that I sweat out a good 5lbs already! The tour meeting is at 6:00 this evening so I'll get to see who I'll be spending the next 5 weeks with. I think the plan is to do dinner so I will get to try some of the delicious looking Thai food I've been walking past. I'm sure I'll have cooled off enough to get my appetite ...
... they put their cell phone in so they can take selfies... (Personally, I find it hilarious).
2) TRAFFIC IS RIDICULOUS, THERE ARE NO RULES. If you want to put your whole family on a motorbike, go ahead. It is like a circus.
3) Thai people like to try and sell you anything and everything
4) Wild dogs and cats are everywhere, I don't really like that.
5) Thai people are incredibly friendly!
Did you know Bangkok has the largest "China Town" in the ...
... of the afternoon and evening. Our hotel was right between the two locations, and we arrived smack in the middle of their early afternoon march across town. The sidewalks and streets were jam packed with people. Everyone was decked out with some form of Thai flag colours - either with a real flag or with the Thai stripes on a hat, necklace, belt, ribbon or face paint. It took our taxi almost two hours to get from the airport to our hotel.