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... serene. We did see a bunch of water buffalo and ox on the way in, though! After breakfast we changed into our mahong riding clothes. Everyone was given a pair of XXL scrubs. It definitely was not the cutest outfit I have worn, but hey, I had to be in character. We learned the commands for left (sai), right (qua), go (pai), backward (toy), and most importantly, stop (how). After reviewing the commands, we were instructed in how to get up on the ...
... stopped at a village and heard lots of shouting between Boon and someone else. Nikki, a G Adventures guide, and his two tour members were joining our raft. This meant we no longer had to steer as Nikki and Boon managed alone, but also meant Lucy and I had to sit down as the raft wouldn't hold 6 standing adults. It was sinking slightly so we got soaked and my white t shirt is now very much orange thanks to the dirty river water. An hour later, we ...
... tourists may go, little market villages will set up. The White Temple was pretty crazy. The man who owned it was there and we spotted him, but realised too late to get a photo. Inside the temple itself, where no photos were allowed, on the back wall, was the strangest mural with MJ, Star Wars, Kung Fu Panda, and many more! I downloaded some images from the web of its madness! We also went to the Mae San ...
... off the back of trucks. We broke into small groups and our Ajan's led us through a maze of crowded vendors sells "Prada, coach, and Luis Viton" bags, along side "designer" clothes, shoes, and sunglasses. Most of us felt 100% outside our comfort zone. It was interesting to experience and to look around, but I am not sure any of us took a great advantage of all the wonderful "deals". When the time came we crossed back into Thailand ...
... it has no roads, just paths! Some locals use bicycles but only police use scooters although I only saw one policeman the whole time I was there so as you can imagine it's a pretty laid back place. There was good nightlife on Phi Phi so we sampled a lot of that! We also did a day trip to an island where Maya Bay is. Maya Bay is famous because it is used in a film called 'The Beach' and that was cool to see that. The island isn't as big as they make out in the film and although ...
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