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... a cove of blue water, but this time we could see tropical fish and palm trees! We had to cross another gang plank, and someone on the ferry had offered us a cheap ride to our hotel (that we hadn't booked rooms for) so we hopped into another truck-bed taxi and cruised in the open air to the Blue Wind hotel-we found it in our guide book! They had a private bungalow for us for only 450 baht a night. about 13 dollars! I will finish our island adventure in another blog! :) ...
We set out relatively early today to get breakfast down in the city. We had no real plans but usually when we head out we stick around a bit to make the most of our little trip, today was slightly different because Becky suddenly didn't feel very good so we headed back home quickly. The rest of the day was mostly laying around in bed and watching TV programs. I tried on occasion to do some writing, but ...
... Soren went to the ATM to get some additional cash he left our card in the machine which we didn't realize until dinner. We got it canceled and the next day we went to the bank and saw them cut it up. Then we realized Soren's other card and drivers license were not where we thought either, but since we did very detailed hotel room sweeps we have reason to believe it's still in our stuff...somewhere. Soren thinks it was a sign that shopping should be limited, ...
... get together and spend an evening together. I am planning to go there. Its starts at 8 pm and is until 11:30 pm. I am hoping it might be a chance to meet some locals and some travelers. So, keeping fingers crossed on that one. Alright, its now past 1 am, and I have to write today's entry. The day was pretty great. So let me take it from the top. This morning I visited the national museum. So, it takes a lot for me not to like a musuem, but this one was like that. Firstly, ...
Today I went to the biggest market in Bangkok but I forget the name, except for it started with a c, and walked round looking at cool clothes, shoes, scarves, furniture and everything between. It was really nice and me and Sung spent the day with two Canadian girls who're super friendly and extremely fresh faced unlike me and sung. We spent a few houses walking round in the on/off rain, which was so refreshing in the heat of Bangkok. We then headed back to the hostel to nap before ...