Thai Bamboo Guesthouse Resort
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... nights camping out, waking up in misty mountains, deserted beaches and reservoirs then experiencing Bangkok by klung taxi. There is still so much to experience, you just have to dig a little. On that note it's goodbye to Thailand. My trajectory now is south and east to Indonesia to spend three weeks with my mum. Once again the plan is that there is no plan, other than doing some scuba diving and, oh yes, deciding what I'm going to do with the rest of my life. Best get ...
21.02.2013 - 22.02.2013
A Thai school trip is much different from a Belgian one.
- It's not uncommon that teachers take their children along like P'Lin did. She took her two much younger daughters with her and actually went on a free holiday trip together with her kids at the school's expenses. Then again her daughters were very popular and some students took care of them. ...
... and the other size is the houses of the rich, but if they have so much money I don’t see why they would live in Thailand’s smelliest place. On the side of the road with the water, there will be a 20m wide wooden pier, then a huge room for ice, then a few restaurants and bamboo houses then the exact same thing is repeated. The piers were all split into two sections; the first would be for unloading and sorting the fish and the second would ...
... a fan and a bed in it. Was also very, very warm.
Wasn't really that much to see in Phetchaburi. Bex wasn't feeling well so Ben went to find a temple at the top of a hill but the cable car was closed for maintenance. There was a path leading up but with ************e around and lots of wild monkeys, he soon came home again (via the airconditioned internet cafe).
... This morning I was on Primates 1 again. I spent most of the day working on the same jobs as Helen, who is from Liverpool. I get on really well with her, although I can't help noticing that all the people I'm making friends with are the people who will be leaving soon! We did water duty for the primates, helped unload the food truck, and cleaned out a pond in an enclosure containing some pigs and a porcupine. I don't think the porcupine likes me too much ...