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... it was slow and boring. IŽd call it very lame. According to us they could just skip the white water rafting when the water level is too low and reduce the price of the tour by BHT 200.
After the rubber raft we changed to something called “bamboo raft” which was a few bamboo sticks joint together. The watercraft looked like it was going to sink in any moment. We were supposed to do bamboo rafting down the river for at least 40 minutes but it was over after ...
... motorbikes or anything modern. It can only be accessed by walking and bamboo rafting. Dinner was delicious and it was nice to be able to chat to the siblings from Holland in Nikki's group. After dinner Lucy and I got into our sleeping bag liners to escape the many bites we'd got the night before and spent the evening chatting with Boon. He showed us many tricks with match sticks and games with cards before we were absolutely exhausted and retired to bed. What a ...
Spent a day doing to Thai cooking class. They picked us up in a tuk tuk and took us all to the market to explain ingredients. Then about half an hours drive further to their farm where most of the fruit, veg and herbs are grown. Had a good day...each made 5 dishes, which we ate, so we were really full at the end of the day! Had Canadian, English, American and Australian tourists on the course with us.
... br> family; husband, wife and son. I was well received, as usual, and so were my
plans. I’m sure they’ll come on board. I will know for sure next week; it’s
been a really excellent day so far.
I’ve just managed half a Skype conversation with Paul in
Cape Town. I say half because he has a microphone and I don’t. His voice
quality was excellent so it will be really exciting when he can hear me too!! Maybe
... are on a flight from London and we are meeting at the airport to fly together. I worked at Dover Court School in Singapore with Kath in the 1970's and we are going to visit Dorothy, who also worked with us then, and whom I haven't seen for over 30 years! Dorothy did some VSO work in Chiang Mai and loved it so much that she retired there and has been living in Chaing Mai for 6 years now.
The flight was delayed for an hour, but with the help ...
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