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So after our flight to Melbourne we collected our bags and followed a tour guide to check in our luggage. Once we had done that, Lana and I went shopping in the duty free shops in Melbourne. We didn't buy anything even though I was tempted to buy some books but I knew they would be a pain in the ass to carry and I would get in trouble of mum for …
I went back to Thailand on my second time... It is very sad because I have lost my God mother... I also visited my cousin in laos too. The most important in my vacation is back home again. I have a lot fun... Enjoyed with family friend again.
... the beds were comfy and it had a pool and a garden. Next door was the really cool resturant called the Mangosteen Resturant (Mangosteen is an incredibly yummy fruit). We had tea here and it was awesome. The manager Nat spoke great english and was very nice. They had just opened and they were not very bust so very happy to see us. She also told us to go and have breakfast at her other cafe Mangosteen Cafe and Book which we did in the morning.
On Sunday we went to ...
... meter meter meter..."
"It set rate. 500 baht."
"This meter taxi?"
"It set rate from counter. Hotel very far."
"Stop the car!"
He complies. I open the door enough to lean out and check the bar on the roof which reads Taxi-Meter.
"Where's the meter?"
On the top of the console is a bin for holding sunglasses etc. The bin has a lid. He closes it to reveal the meter hiding behind. "Meter, heh ...
So, the political turmoil continues in Thailand - and how it will play out is anybody's guess. The next big thing on the agenda is a planned protest to shut down Bangkok on next Monday, 13 January. Tanks are already moving in the streets of Bangkok, but the head general says that these tanks are not being positioned for a military coup. They're being set up for the annual Children's Day celebration (so the children can play on the tanks!), ...