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... a scary
incident with a motorcyclist, I have become much more diligent about this.
My first night was quite brief. I am on a G Adventures tour with 13 other students and travelers my age. After a quick nap recovering from a slight jet lag, I went downstairs to introduce myself to my travel companions for the long week. My initial perception is that I will be spending a lot of time with British people. I am one of the only Americans on the ...
... Bangkok. I freshened up, and came down to the lounge to just sit and and type today's entry. Soon, the girl from Holland, Danique, joined me. We were just talking and waiting for the others to join us. But it looked like they wouldn't anytime soon, so we decided to go explore the night bazaar in the city. She wanted to buy a pair of flip-flops. So off we went. On the way to the bazaar, a girl asked us for directions to the same place. She was a young American girl ...
... bigger crosswalks, and better bike lanes; take note, America.
We pulled down the scariest street, and kept going at 5 kmph and kept going...and going...and going. He finally stopped and pointed at our hotel and said, bluntly, PHRNA-KORN, PHRNA-KORN. He threw our luggage out and left. It felt like a cheap date (a $35 one to be exact)
When we saw the gates our hotel, I felt so much calmer. It was adorable, colorful, and so friendly ...
... there’s something not quite right about making your way up by bus or car. Little did I know that this would be a walk in the park in terms of train rides compared to the ones I was about to endure, I mean enjoy, in Myanmar.
Four hours later and I was in Kanchanaburi, or as the locals call it - Kanburi. This was one stop on the trip I was really looking forward to. Firstly, it was my first time to Kanchanburi. Secondly, and more importantly, it was where ...
... industry blossomed. He was an avid collector of Thai antiques and textiles and he built a teak house on the banks of a klong ( canal) in Bangkok , based on Thai traditional designs. However the story doesn't have a happy ending , and at the height of his success and good fortune, Jim Thompson disappeared while taking a walk before dinner in the jungle of the Cameron Highlands in Malaysia. He was taking a holiday with some friends in their colonial bungalow, escaping from the heat ...