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... dog because he picked a right and a left shoe for a complete pair (although they were different) and he picked the most expensive shoes there were. We all had a good laugh. Well, maybe not everyone. Those who lost their shoes were not very happy. But, good news, tomorrow they will get a new pair of sandals. J
The third “first” was a clogged toilet. The plumbing in Thailand is different than the USA. You do not put toilet paper ...
... br> To suggest, that perhaps,
We might have your discretion?
A simple misunderstanding,
It would be simply awful, wouldn't it?
If Christmas wasn't to be..."
"You got it stud"
Gabi said, patting Rudolph's nose.
Gabi turned to Jill and Matthew, winked
And said "Now I go".
Gabi did a twirl
And vanished with a flash of gold light
Then the tuk tuk launched off
Into the night
All was quiet for a while... they ...
... while my eyes rolled around my head. I'd read that there was a 'hidden food court' in the airport that did the best thai food and was really cheap and that's where you'd find lots of the airport staff eating. When Jen finally woke up we went in search of this secret place... It wasn't that hard to find, down to the car park and through a small door, there ...
... I was quite sick. But then rallied to meet our group. They turned out to be a real highlight of the visit. They were a great group from England... Two couples (Sam & Carl, Charlie & Mary) and a family friend (Domique). They were hilarious and their love of animals was evident from the moment I met them. They were also the type of group that instantly interacted with us and was very welcoming. Some groups you really don't chat much or just polite greetings. I was so glad they ...
... there are so many stalls selling absolutely anything and everything you can imagine.we were both starving so we found a nice little restaurant called The Kitchen which said it did both western and thai dishes, I had a mixture of both and had a chicken satay and peanut sauce pizza. I could of eaten two it was so good. I also found a drink I like called Spy, it's similar to a sparkling rose, it's nice though and cheap! After tea we had a walk around the ...
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