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... against it. I had many more pros over the cons but the main issue was either being stopped by the police because of the luggage, or having an accident on the way back, and that just put me off the whole idea. But I would of loved to see her face at the airport, with me passing her a helmet. Our airport transfer was booked for half 4 and the waiting for it felt like an eternity. It felt exactly the same as being ...
... over enough to get by here for months on end, but to spend anywhere near a dollar more is out of the question. Couple weeks ago flying from Vietnam to Singapore, we had to catch a taxi to the airport for a 8am flight. We agreed on letting the meter run, when we arrived I handed him the money owed, but he told me I was 10 000 Vietnamese Dong short, which is actually only .50 cents Canadian, I glanced at the meter and counted my bills, no I told him this is right, he then proceeded ...
... is hand stitched and a one off original. I bought a wall hanging for 2000baht and it's going to look great in my dining room :) Then back to the hotel for a bit of a rest in the air con (getting soft in our old age). Paul had a few Singas, I had a coke (I even overthink the vodka drinks and, as such, am what you could call a teetotaller at the moment! I keep buying them, just can't drink them....who knew it would come to this? Haha Apple came at ...
... When you can hear drunken Russians arguing at 4am in the morning you quickly decipher what Russian words to use when you’re angry, which for them for some reason seems to be all the time. We also visited amazing beaches filled with deck chairs that you had to hire as there was no more space in which to spread you towel. They were comfy though and came with the bonus view of fat, pasty, shirtless Russians trying to swim but ultimately ending up looking ...
... but no matter how bratty it seems, we couldn't help but wish we were still back on Koh Mook. Phuket is the most developed (and most expensive) island (or anywhere) in Thailand and although we had been planning to swing through on our way to Bangkok we were going to stay in Phuket Town and not at any of the beaches. The old town had been mentioned by a few sources during our research as being an often overlooked gem full of artsy cafes and pleasantly decayed Sino-Portuguese ...
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