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... a sentence together in Spanish, and I took 3 years of it in high school-- for free! I'm very fortunate to be who I am, where I am. I am sometimes envious of those who are ESL because most people DO know more English than I know of any other language. But I digress.
I hope we're able to make you some delicious Thai food someday. But not anytime soon. I'm gonna need a Thai food break really ...
... how to get there so we could meet them for breakfast the next day. Then they dropped us at our hostel. I think me and Charlotte were a little shocked that we actually arrived and the men were genuinely nice people and not 'dodgy.' Time for sleep, we had to get up for breakfast in a nice hotel ;-)
Total Budget - 825!
Hotel - 300
Breakfast - 35
Entrance Fee for Swimming Pool - 100
Lunch - 150
Tuk Tuk to Hostel - 80
Dinner - 120
Tuk Tuk - 40
... on the floor, grouped in twos with bed nets over them. Every situation of this trip, every hostel we've stayed out, every activity did starts out as woah no uh wut I can not do this. Im supposed to sleep in that? were hiking how far? were doing what? i have to shower in there? im supposed to squat over that hole in the ground to pee? uh no I can't do that ew no ah internal anxiety attack. But then you just do it. You keep walking, you jump on the boat, you lay your head down ...
... and started guiding us there on his own. After nearly an hour of walking, I decided we should get a taxi from where we were. Edd hailed a tuk tuk and we showed the driver the name of the shopping centre in Thai. He looked at us as though we were mad, we were walking in the wrong direction and the shopping centre was 1km back the way we came! We turned back on ourselves, got an ice cream from the 7/11 and started towards where the shopping centre apparently was. We ...
... as cattle despite the fact they are obviously extremely more intelligent animals!
Our guide book and online reviews had recommended Elephant Nature Park where you can observe and interact with elephants without riding them or having them perform for you. The park owner, a tiny Thai woman nicknamed Lek (Thai for short) rescued the first two elephants in 1992 from illegal logging camps. Since then she has been rescuing elephants ...