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First I gotta say I don't even know where to begin. We have come so far, not so much geographically but literally speaking. Been too long since we posted as well but I can honestly say that there has not been time or when there was time we had no internet or it was so sporadic that we could not reliably use it.
I last left off in Singapore and we were making our way to Langkawi, Malaysia to get the boat. The biggest adventure was trying to get our 110 KG of baggage and ...
... the stage and knew exactly where to go. It is funny to us because chickens are inherently stupid and they look special when they run on a slick stage. I don't support the enslavement of any of the peformers (people or animals...especially the animals) but it was an entertaining show. As we walk out of the front gate Cody looks over his shoulder and yells, "we'll come back for you, we'll save you!" I go to bed smiling, thinking about elephants and how I still smell. I might never bathe ...
Hello from Phuket. I am currently sipping a lyche mojo looking out over the pool (happy hour). Soo a few days ago we were in krabi or ao nang. The hotel was really nice except had noisy neighbours but moved room soo wasn't too bad. I also had a double Big Mac which was amazing, not sure why we don't have in the uk except it was probably 5000 calories. On the second day we decided at the last second to go on a private long boat with two strange ...
... from Bingin who we had great fish braais and beach days with. After having prepared ourselves for 12 months from home we were also surprised (and blessed) with a few weeks at home right in the middle of our year away, what a special time this was with both our families.
... back onto the street and among the various other tourists we continued on our walk down this crazy street, only having to stop for shelter from the rain under none other then the police hut. The most amazing bar we had ever seen a jungle like theme with tigers roaring from various levels, the bar was the depth of a football pitch and easily as wide. So intrigued we headed in, the barman pointed us to front row seats infront of one of ...