BaanBooLOo Traditional Thai Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- High-speed internet in room
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... some cooking. The first dish was curry, Charlotte chose red Thai curry and Daisy did green Thai curry. To make the paste we finely chopped the ingredients before grinding them to a pulp using pestle and mortar. Da let us decide on the spicy we wished to make it. The next dish which we both chose hot and spicy shrimp soup, followed by pad Thai. For the appetiser/ dessert course Daisy did sticky rice and mango and Charlotte did vegetable spring rolls. We made an absolute feast and by ...
... noodles wrapped in banana leaves with lychees and rambutan fruit. We watched the mahout shower the elephant and then attach a seat to its back. We'd imagined we'd be riding the elephant bare back and were worried the seat would hurt it and be too heavy, but climbed on top nonetheless. Walking through the hilly forest, the elephant was not as stable as we'd imagined! At points we were gripping on for dear life. This was particularly a problem when I ...
... guesthouse we were staying at. We watched the band play the first set and had a couple of drinks with a friend of Elliot's, but when the band paused for a break I excused myself and went back to the guesthouse. I couldn't wait to try out that bed! The next morning I set off early as I had a few errants to run on top of exploring the city. A lady to do my laundry was easily found after the directions I was given by the ...
I could meet Mr. Tee at four pm. That proved to be unnecessary as he had got
stuck, for hours, on the Expressway coming from Pattaya, in the ‘cats and dog’
rain, as he put it. We rescheduled for Friday.
With my diary finished for the day and no more business
to attend to I trundle off for dinner. Strolling down Silom Road I found a
lovely area called Silom Village; shops and open air (I use the word air
I haven't updated the blog in a long while as I've been too busy (or too drunk to be *****).
Here is a whistle stop tour of the things I've been up to in the last month or so:-
Hired a motorbike (115cc automatic scooter) for 200 baht per day for 4 days and rode 100 miles with Bee to Pai for the weekend and a festival (Pai is a small town in the far north of Thailand) with Bee (Bee took her 250cc motorcross bike - on which she can just about reach ...