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... the Thai new year. The way all the locals and other tourist celebrate Thai new years is by having a massive water fight all day for for 3 days. The reason why they have a water fight is because it is a symbol of washing all of the bad way and sometimes the water can be filled with fragrant herbs if celebrated in a traditional manner. Every street shop closes to celebrate these three days except the stores that are selling water guns to the public.
I go up to my ...
Time has flown by, just as the life of the city has, right in front of
our eyes! Both of us looked at each other today and couldn't remember
which day it was. It literally feels like we've been in Bangkok
forever--we did so much on Day 1, it's all a blur. Which is exactly why
we're staying up until 1:30 AM to make sure we write it all down NOW,
this day cannot be forgotten!
The first thing ...
... this and it sounded simple enough. Just a train straight to the international airport. However when we got to Sentral things started to go a little wrong. First problem was we couldn't find the station. It seemed to have disappeared. After eventually asking the same lady multiple times she described to us in enough detail a route that succeeded. The station was hidden and for a main hub of transport in KL had very poor directions. When we got there we headed straight for the ...
... Amoxycillin over the counter, once again at Bangkok prices, which are still a lot cheaper than prescription prices in the UK.
I phoned my Gloucester Docotrs late afternoon and have made an appointment for the Thrusday after we get back to be checked over.
Retire to the room and the TV.
Phone George but can get no answer. It is unlikely that we will get together for a beer now but will get in touch sometime to say ...
... The first place we visited, or rather rolled right under and through, was the Patuxay, or Victory, Monument. Back in the 1960s, the United States donated concrete to Laos so they'd build our military a private runway for the "secret war" (the US was secretly bombing the **** out of Laos during the Vietnam War, despite insisting otherwise). Laos said sure thing, took that concrete...and then built a replica of Paris' Arc de Triomphe instead. A bad replica ...