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... a little more intrigue for us - Asia. Of course, we're heading down to Sydney first and we've only given ourselves three days to really check it out, so hopefully we'll enjoy it being a bit more concise than our previous few stops. It's just as well because the prices are astronomical. Once we're done there we're flying to Phuket in Thailand via Kuala Lumpur (sadly only for a couple of hours), and then we've got a few days ...
... aces and royalty all over the place, and Jane and Ben going all in, Rob swept the table with a magnificent full house: a fitting end to a great game. Since a few things needed getting from the shop and our DVD needed returning or renewing, we decided to head over to the shopping centre. We thought we'd take Lucy with us. She seemed very highly strung and went for it when she was let off the lead, taking her chance early to roll about in mud. At the shops, Kori took much ...
... in the rain - absolutely soaked and laughing. Spent the afternoon watching the Bombers on TV, then Steve whipped up a lovely risotto for dinner in our caravan, all the while still raining!!!!
Sunday we wake to grey skies but at least not raining. Our friends from our Donvale days, Pam & Barry are staying nearby so we got together, had lunch at the Southport Surf Club, walked ...
... short. We landed at the old Don Musng airport a took free shuttlle bus across Bangkok City late on a Sunday night. The trip took just under an hour. Bangkok was not under curfew and the traffic lighter than usual. We could see how Thaliand's economy has boomed despite political uncertainties. The new international airport Subinibarum is a clear indication of this. We were very keen to get to our Lilac Relax Hotel. ...
... delicate to
light and any type of light, natural (the sun) or not (a camera flash) is very
harmful to their environment. When we
first walked in, it was pitch dark and all you could see are these little light
blue dots everywhere on the ceilings and the walls. It also smelled like a stuffy zoo
inside! Those dots are actually the glowworms!
The glowworms produce this light when they are hungry. The ...