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... streets and alley ways We arrived at a local restaurant on Soi Ratamuturii. It was a delicious place that sold all sorts of traditional thai food. We split the yellow curry which tasted alot like Lauren's Tom Kai--with just a little more spice :). Yummy. We sat for an hour with our group and learned more about each person, where they were from, what they do, etc. it was so fun! It's been incredible to really learn just how big the world is, so ...
... statues; some sitting and some standing. Near the end of our visit, while Jason was in the washroom, I sat beside a monk who greeted me with "good afternoon" and asked where I was from. We chatted very briefly about the beauty of the temples here and then he searched in his bag and gave me a bracelet. He put it on my wrist and explained it's for good luck for Songkran, the Thai new year. I thanked him and asked how much it cost. This is when Jason came out and ...
... the bus even departed. No thank you. We settled in a bar to wait for Helen and Kym, and enjoyed people-watching. Some people go to Khao San to get a tattoo, others go to get drunk and some buy overpriced souvenirs. We enjoy people-watching. Whether it's the Burmese ladies selling bracelets with the most outrageously rude slogans (too rude to write here), the Thai men throwing the fluorescent blue balls into the night sky or the westerners already drunk at 5pm in the ...
... showers, meddicures, masarges and emergency toilet visits etc, we all reconvened at a roadside bar. Chang was hastily ordered and a proceeding number of Samsong and coke buckets with added red bull (leathal little bugger's). These little roadside set ups are where most of the meeting randoms happen, so before long we head to another bar with a couple of yanks in toe. At some point Mark had the idea of taking them to a ping pong show, which I guess is kind of a right of ...
... We weren't enthralled by the idea of taking a folded pushchair and wriggly Rupert and Millie on them, but we've seen Thais do it with 4 kids on at a time. However, once we asked how much they became shifty and drove off. Brilliant. We had no idea where we were. A car pulled up with a couple inside. The Thai woman, with an American tinged accent, began asking us if we were ok. Our driver kept shooing us away from them until the lady became quite annoyed and told him to shut up as ...
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