The Heritage Hotel Sathorn
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... twice today to go through a series of exercises - and blood pressure last measure was 117/66 - HUGE improvement - considering when all this started his blood pressure was 180/ 75.
He had to do the exercises on the bed as he now has gout - what else?????????
I have now tried a few of the cafe's in the hospital complex - lunch was at "Black Canyon Coffee" - a drink from paradise- available on earth - hmmmmmmmm - they must be taking lessons from me ...
... is obviously not by Austrslian standards. Still, compared to the second class carriage, what we have is luxury. A small cabin with a sink and a couch, which is converted into bunk beds at 8pm, by a guard who speaks no English. Our two cabins are joined by an interconnecting door, making it into a fairly sizeable four person cabin. After the train pulled out from Bangkok, we were met by a lady selling food. When we told her we ...
... dropped off first so we didn't get to the hotel until after 6pm. After unpacking we were too tired to explore and it was dark anyway and we didn't have a clue where to go so we had dinner in the hotel. It was expensive by Thai standards 550 baht each but quite a nice buffet. Spent the rest of the evening trying to get the dtac SIM card working and did eventually. Went to bed about 8.30 pm (2.30 am NZ time) and slept very ...
... school. Most Thais have a given name and then a nickname which is short , sometimes an English word and often not related at all to their name. When we had the language school at Home End Farm for instance, we taught children with nicknames like Golf, Beer, Boy and Knight. The principal came to see Jo one day and asked if she would be able to tutor Tennis. Jo was lost for words.....wondering whether the odd lesson during her schooldays and watching Wimbledon would qualify ...
... a bit cultural and visit some of the temples. We paid a guy in a tuk tuk to take us around a few the temples for a really cheap price, the catch was that we had to stop off at a couple of places so he would get paid commission, how annoying this was! First he took us to the embassy which we didn't mind as we needed to ask about getting our Cambodian visa. However, the more we spoke to the guy in the embassy, the more we realised we were getting the hard sell for various ...