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... 19:00 which I guess is another good sign and are soon leaving Chiang Mai behind us for another year, two, three ... ?
I usually ignore the movies that they show on these busses as obviously they are in Thai. Tonght they are showing The Fast And The Furious which is then followed by 2 Fast And 2 Furious. Dialogue is not req uired for either of these and they hold my attention for a few ...
... say "switch" she will give you her other foot. If you put the stick on the middle rung and say "side", the elephant will turn to show you her side. If you say "kaa" at that point and put the second stick on the lowest rung, she will put her back leg up on the lowest rung. After each good thing they do, you say "dee, dee", which means "good, good". We also got to do a health checkup on one of the elephants, so we learned how to find the pulse behind the ear, as well as other ...
... to the king of Ayutthaya. Today, you can visit the ruins by foot or better, by bike. Since the new town has been built up a few kilometres away, the old town & ruins are tranquil, many surrounded by lakes & greenery. The outer ruins are along a dirt track, hidden between trees making them more mysterious particularly as we were the only ones on this stretch of ...
... a fishermans pants, only thing left now is to find out how to wear it...:/ for sure i already know what to buy for my sister's first born
Walking home from the market i ran into the Italian again, his train never came because it has been raining so much lately...
Tomorrow im off to Sukhotai, and im looking forward to it so much, i have very big expectations of this town so it better be good ;)
By the way, did you know that
-the weather in Thailand ...
... road. Some of the group actually tasted it, and said it wasn’t too bad, but I didn’t see anyone going back for seconds.
Because today is our longest bus ride we had time for some lessons on the bus. Our first lesson was about the Thai language which consists of 44 consonants, and 32 vowels. I have a lot of trouble with the spoken language and the written version is far beyond ...