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... Koh Samui post and watching in room movies while Tyler slept and tended to his tummy.
Day 3 - Goodbye Thailand
Tyler awoke around 8:30 (Ashlyn had been up for an hour) and he said he felt a lot better. We headed to breakfast and ate very slowly and made sure Tyler was ready to leave the hotel. Thank the Lord, things were looking up.
We left the hotel and headed to Lin Oriental Gems to get the requested money clips. This time, they were open. ...
... a lot of European. I guess everybody is reading Lonely Planet guidebooks, where they try to convince you of the authenticity of not sleeping and sweating in a mosquito filled carriage. And you know what? It was super cool :) but after 16 hours (including 2 hour delay; damn you Japanese trains for getting us used to punctuality and cleanliness) in this train we have had enough lol. The train itself was old but ok, bathroom a bit yucky with a hole on ...
... of the Thai people. Sometimes we don't fully get them. When they apologize, they will laugh, which we consider to be rude and out if line. But it's just the way of life. Sunny takes us to the Asiatique. The biggest open market in Asia. We wander around. Loving all the shops and merchandise but getting nothing. We call it a night. Tomorrow at 9:30 local time Driver will pick us up. The way home. Long and bumpy as always, but we are longing for our ...
... out! The view was amazing and Eric spent some time
scoping out some good photo opportunities.
We continued to meet to new people as we wandered the streets this
afternoon taking photos. Lauren met some Nepalians and they talked to
her for a good 15 minutes telling her all about how they came to Bangkok to do tailoring. We both were feeling the heat of the day start to peak and headed back to the
... sleeping and waking up feeling horrendous. The flight wasn't worth sleeping on as I had to fill out my visa form and even got given a free meal. I arrived just before 7pm, gave the visa officials $20 and a passport photo and I was through. Little did I know that Sam got the time of his flight wrong and I ended up waiting for over 2 hours. Never mind. I was relaxed and happy to finally be in Cambodia! After meeting up with Sam and Nick and Mark and Lionel ...