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... water rafting. Since the rainy season is about to come there was no water in the river and no water obviously means no rapids. We were literally banging between rocks for one hour. Our guide was very unprofessional and we should be actually grateful that there wasnīt enough water because otherwise we would die over there. He didnīt have a clue how to control the raft and all of us were suffering. The other groupīs guide was slightly better and he tried to make it more fun. In ...
Day 1 - the arrival (1.5.2557) I arrived at Wat Phradhat Doi Suthep at 1 pm. And dragged myself and my heavy backpack up the steps to the temple office, where I was greeted by a nice young man dressed in white and a monk in orange at a computer. I was shown the meditation halls and my room, which is not at all as bad as I though it would be. I was imaging a hard wooden board and a sheet, separated from the other by a thin cardboard wall. Instead I have my own room, an outlet, ...
... ministers party and they were giving out free food, yum! We got given pad Thai, ice cream, soup and all sorts lovely! We have done well for free food in Thailand!.
We had lots of fun in Chang Mai having waterfights, but it also meant we didn't really see much of the city or the surroundings which was a shame, so we will have to go back one day :)
Fully dried out, we packed our bags and got on our 19 hour bus (marts is not impressed at all )to the next ...
“If you would be known, and not know, vegetate in a village;
If you would know, and not be known, live in a city.” (Charles Caleb Colton
1780 – 1832)
“………but you can call me Nut”
I woke early today as I needed to prepare for my first
meeting at nine thirty. A young man acting as chauffeur arrived and introduced
himself as some unpronounceable Thai name. Seeing my expression he ...
... be kidding.
Good grief; the place was so busy half of Kuala Lumpur must’ve been there and
it must be a ‘gold mine’ (figuratively speaking). Another mouth-watering Malay/Chinese
meal at the golf course punctuated the return trip on my return to the hotel
All this time I forgot Jonathan had got more energy than
a nuclear power station. I should have remembered, when he came to see me in
Cape Town last ...