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... is lit up brighter than McDonalds – I ogre over some of the Duty Free grog particularly the Johnny Walker Blue Label Scotch – wow it is expensive. Nothing seems to change in that shop.
HJs for lunch; in the queue for paying and there’s a very rude guy of ethnic persuasion (Eastern European – maybe Russian) abusing the HJs girl; he’s a rude *******.
Caught up with Scott and Brad in the terminal and hung out with ...
Last week, Thursday sucked. It had become apparent to me that teaching was not my calling. At least not teaching English as a second language. This week the whole day went better, although I'm still not sure I'm destined to be a teacher. The more I try and tell myself that I need to find a career, the more I feel as though I've already found my calling, I just need to stick with it - writing and ...
... just sitting at the hostel playing pool and eating until 2pm, when we could check in, we had a quick nap then had a look around the town centre. There's a lot going on in the town as it's such a touristy place. That night though we booked a tuk-tuk to take us around Angkor Wat and surrounding temples, something we were really looking forward to.
28th August 2015
We met our driver, Soi, and he drove us out to Angkor Wat. The temples are ...
Our day started with a bit of an adventure through Bangkok's public transportation system. Like the city itself, public transit in Bangkok is a mix of the ultra-modern and efficient (the BTS Skytrain, superior to anything in Canada) and the old and chaotic (the river boat system). We were entertained by both elements of the system on our way to the famed Grand Palace. The Skytrain worked magnificently well and the ...
Hello, Thailand. Hello, tourists. We knew Thailand was much more a tourist country than others so far, but we weren't quite expecting these hordes in low season. But there’s lots of other aspects we weren’t expecting either, and so far our time in this country has been a pleasant surprise.
We arrived by bus from Malaysia, and crossed the border without issue. We disembarked in Hat Yai and transferred to a bus heading ...
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