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... t start out on a positive note. Our little yellow lab, Tucker, died unexpectedly just hours before we left Florida. He was a dear family member and the mos wonderful dog. In hindsight, we think he was feeling far worse than we realized and was hanging on just to be with us. We'll never really know.
We were about to postpone the trip and go home, but quickly realized there was really nothing we could do, and we ...
... We sat on floor level couches at our floor level table and played Connect 4 and Jenga while we waited for our food. The restaurant had a red colour in the light bulbs which made the whole room a reddish colour which matched the red decor. They also had a couple of Shisha pipes and it was difficult and yet amusing to attempt to make bubbles with the soap in a cup. Take in the tobacco and blow it into a soapy pipe, and the tobacco soap bubbles float around the ...
... and when they complete this they can become citizens of Thialand. BoBo our guide is from Burma 22 years old and loves his work in the Resotel but his Mother has allowed him to stay until 30 years old and then he must return to Burma to work in his Fathers business. The Boss has given these people hope which was incredible to see. That night after dinner we saw the Mon dance for 45 minutes. A big day but worth every minute.
... The street is lined with food stalls selling all sorts of weird looking edibles. People sit outside at little tables eating and drinking, there's live music and street entertainment (including a brilliant group of young boys beat boxing and breakdancing), and not to mention the waft of constant, interesting smells. We found a place to eat, the Macaroni Club, where we ordered a green papaya salad, pork satay skewers and a chicken pad Thai accompanied of course by ...
A recent Berkley grad in my Delhi hostel ended up on my flight to Bangkok, and I was glad we ended up in the Bangkok airport together because figuring out how to get into the city was CRAZY. Eventually I did make it to my hostel, which is beautiful--apparently it's won some awards for being one of the best hostels in Asia. I was hoping to be able ...