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... this and attempted to simply wander past.
WHACK! A sharp pain shot across the skin of David's ****. The Thai lady, now stood up was holding a stick and had obviously shown David how serious she was about claiming her fee.
"Hey! You pay!"
Realising now, David quickly reached in his pocket and donated some funds. If that had have been the worst of it, it would have all been ok. Or if he had no change meaning he had to leave and find a toilet elsewhere ...
You might have heard that Thailand's military recently launched a coup to replace the democratically elected government. In fact, this coup took place a less than a month before we landed in Thailand. This provided us a unique opportunity to learn about the evolving political situation directly from the people who are living it.
We met with a top advisor to the current interim government as well as the editor-in-chief of ...
... and re-book an entire itinerary in order to get to Thailand. Lauren felt like we should stick out the long line of travelers to see what AA could do for us. So grateful we did! We were the last people in line 5 hours later and the woman at the front AA desk looked so tired and worn out from the angry travelers. We asked her if she was doing alright and she seemed happy about that and the fact that we were her last problem to solve. She immediately told us that they could ...
... nutritional and substantial dinner of a kit Kat ! Soi Cowboy is a street full of bars with bright neon lights offering beer for 2pounds. In reality all of these bars contain semi naked girls dancing on stages in the middle of the rooms. In some of the bars the girls were completely naked and one of the bars advertised itself as the only lady boy bar in Soi Cowboy but who knows how many lady boys are working in some of the other bars as they really were very beautiful ...
... bus. The bus took us south to a province called Surat Thani, even though Bangkok is north. The alternative would have been a much longer ferry, but shorter bus ride. This ferry was only 90 minutes, but the boat was stinking hot with no air condition where we were sitting. We were both dripping in sweat. Not the most comfortable boat ride, but all part of the process.
We then got back on the ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsBangkok Home-Stay
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