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Thursday 26 August - but we didn't have Portuguese because it was closed. We ended up in a 'Cuban' cafe. Apart from the waitress and maybe the drinks, there wasn't much Cuban about it. Was pretty funny, we'd order something and the waitress would come back and tell us they'd run out of it. Went on and on, and on.
Got up, packed then headed …
... pedicure, manicure and haircut only cost £7!!
Our last day in Bangkok happended to be the King's birthday. The Thai king is the worlds longest reigning monarch, and is worshipped like a god in Thailand. Each day of the week is seen as a different colour, as the King was born on a Monday (yellow), every single person in Bangkok was wearing bright yellow t-shirts, it was so colourful. The city had such a happy atmosphere all day, it was great to be part ...
"Oh my goodness, this must be a typical autumn day. Just look and the wind and rain" laments Cecilia. "I'm glad I brought my wooly underwear!"
“Just kidding. Can you still get wooly underwear?”
We take the M20 motorway through attractive hilly countryside hardly seen through ...
Tonight we try Chequers, the local fish and chip shop in the square. It’s owned by a Turkish couple, so we could also have chosen kebabs if we had wished, but we stick to the traditional deep-fried cod and chips. Keep in mind that, unlike in the USA, in England "fries" are “chips” and “chips” are “crisps”. ...
... It is totally deserted. All the shops are closed. We feel like the only people in town.
Crossing over an empty High Street we approach Christ Church Gate. The entry is closed.
“Hello. What time does the Cathedral open?” I ask the attendant at the office within the gate.
“On Sunday it opens at 12:30” she informs me.