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nice and clean, but wifi is expensive
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You might have heard that Thailand's military recently launched a coup to replace the democratically elected government. In fact, this coup took place a less than a month before we landed in Thailand. This provided us a unique opportunity to learn about the evolving political situation directly from the people who are living it.
We met with a top advisor to the current interim government as well as the editor-in-chief of ...
... food heaven and breakfast was never a quick affair! There was always food availaible; at the pool, in the restaurant or cakes and biscuits in the delhi. In the evening there was a set menu for 5pounds (3 courses and a drink) or an a la carte menu of Thai and western food. Not only was everything we ate delicious but presentation was superb too. The staff could not do enough for us, were so polite and even remembered what drink we had the night before. When we managed ...
... to a small local restaurant for some lunch. We took a few snaps, swapped contact details given that we were planning to be back the next day, and then parted ways.
Another hour or so later and we had arrived at the 'At Home Sukhothai' guesthouse. We agreed a good rate on a room for the three of us (while a lone mosquito feasted on my calf) and then headed up to our new room to douse ourselves in DEET before heading out for food.
We were up early today given that we ...
... 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 ...
... of his shift with some of the younger passengers!
Ben and Daniel seemed very nice at first and we laughed and joked with them for about two hours. They asked us how we knew each other. Matt and I told them our story and it got very quiet with Ben not saying another word the rest of the night. Daniel asked a few questions about our choices, they are devout Protestants. Matt and I opted for an early night as the questions were uncomfortable and very prying in nature. We ...