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... to be jazz snobs, so the expectations were modest.
The first set was led by a late 50's expat drummer, the guitarist Dutch. Sax player Paul, tall, skinny and Thai appears and jokes the new bass player is the boss. What tune shall we play? he asks. The riff is the familiar When Sonny gets Blue, but the quartet have wandered into an experimental, avante garde world of their own. Soon, playing two saxes, Paul has set up ...
... cockatoos then after that we saw sheep and were confused why they had sheep in the zoo (it was the Australian section) so we moved on to the hippos and got to feed them for 10 baht 38 cents in Australian there was one baby hippo that kept trying to get the food but always kept getting squashed. We also fed the giraffes by hand. Gibbon island was very cute we threw ...
... both inside and out. There are also many people who visit these to worship the Buddha's and Monk's. There's something quite serene and peaceful about watching the people pray to the gods, light a candle, present a gift. The idea that they have something that they believe in wholeheartedly, and that will protect and guide them. There's something quite nice in that.
Day 2 is spent visiting the White Temple and the Black House. The White Temple is as expected, a huge ...
Aujourd'hui nous avons visité un musée qui nous a bien renseignés sur cette ville, son histoire et sa culture. C'était la capitale du Royaume de Lana jusqu'à ce que les Birmans envahissent et occupent la région pendant plusieurs siècles. Puis les leaders locaux et les leadersi thaï se sont unis pour jeter les Birmans dehors et le roi de Thaïlande a nommé le roi de Lana responsable de ...
Jen--It is hard writing things in a foreign language. I know- as I have to do it when I write to our friends in France- knowing that I am breaking hundreds of grammar rules and sounding like I am sometimes speaking at the level of a kindergartener.... Here are some signs that made us smile....
To squat or not to squat? Thailand has squat toilets everywhere so we had to get used to ...