Manita Boutique Hotel
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... is a superstar, she is our friend and this time our guide too!
We leave our overnight accommodation and head off out of Bangkok. Soon making a pit stop at, what would seem to be, an entire runway worth of food stalls. No messing around I have a tom yum seafood soup to get me started - over spicy and awesome. Unfortunately Emma's vegetarian dish has a rather large chunk of congealed chicken blood in it! NASTY! ...
... was pretty tame. But I went in to Bangkok to see Tara and Stephanie for the night.
Tara was very excited to go to the free food tasting outside Siam Paragon, so she told Stephanie and I to meet her there. That was a bummer for Tara because it was free to get in to the tasting, but then all the samples cost money. We didn’t stay long. Instead, we went to a Japanese restaurant called Salt and I got to eat a giant plate ...
... I will teach for 6 days in the week, then go straight to a 3-day camping adventure, get back to Chonburi Monday evening and then start another full week of teaching. Good think I’m planning a trip to Koh Samet the following weekend, I think I’ll be in serious need of some down time on the beach.
In other amusing Anubanchonburi news, we’re having a Sports Day in a few weeks. This is different from ...
... that’s what they really need. She did come in this morning though and put them to work straightening up the classroom and making them recite the times tables. Hopefully she’s done her friendly introduction and is now ready to be the disciplinarian we all need her to be.
One thing that has become a saving grace (and believe me, no one is more surprised than I am that I’m saying this) is Sports Day. First off, they now have us doing ...
... crossing a large road in America, although with the added hazzard of mopeds, whose riders seem to think they are above the highway code and ignore the traffic lights. I walked up the street and stopped at a bar and had a beer, and it dawned on me that this I was on the other side of the world from home, although it did not feel like it. I went home and slept like a log.
I overslept and missed breakfast, due to my recovery from jetlag. I had ...