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... Tribes including the famous longneck tribes. Unfortunately some of day trips are quite commercialized and usually combined with some trekking so it wasn't the best opportunity for us with Tish's knee. We had also spent the previous weeks engaged with the local community so we were not completely bummed.
One day I convinced Tish to come with me on a fishing trip. I was super excited for some big game fishing. My luck was changing, I was the first to get a bite. Our ...
... days in one place rather than rush around, trying to" fit it all in." We can accept that we didn't get to Cambodia or Laos or Indonesia. Those can wait for another time.
In our last few days we have looked back on our month, recalling the moments or experiences that make our" highs" list. Thankfully there are many. Our lows list is nearly non- existent. For me, the top three highs are pretty easy: 1 seeing the fruit bats take to the evening sky ...
... got a large round platter with various little tidbits surrounding a bowl of pumpkin soup - scrambled egg was the only one that really made sense as breakfast food but all were delicious. The rest were things like little slices of baguette with a tomato salsa, and another with a pineapple one. There was a selection of breads and quiches, and a young boy squeezing those giant Asian guavas through a press before our eyes; also some slices of a fruit we couldn't ...
... the camp trip ended we made the 4 hour bus ride back to Bangkok to meet our coordinators and head to where I will be living for the next year. It may be small, have an average temp of 101 in the month of May, but it is all part of the life in Thailand. I think that this is going to be the trip of a lifetime, and I must saw Khawb Khun Khrap to everyone who helped me get here.
Until next time........ Michael
... tops and elephant print harem pants. My favourite, however, is the fake IDs and degrees that are being sold roadside; I find it absolutely hilariously that for just £20 you can get a First in Mathematics from Cambridge.
You can rely on Khao San Road for being a street that never sleeps. If anything, the shops peak around midnight, where the temperature has cooled and the owners are no longer napping in the hammocks, and they can prey on drunken ...
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