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Hallo Freunde, jetzt kann der eigentliche Urlaub beginnen, wir sind in Thailand!
Hier in den Tropen bemühen wir uns, möglichst früh zu starten, weil sich jeden Tag gewaltige Gewitter aufbauen. Also sind wir wie immer schon zur Eröffnung des Frühstücksbuffets am Ball, um 8:00 local am Flugplatz und möglichst um 9:00 in der Luft. Die heutige …
... to the market where they said they were. We passed down traffic lights that snapped like a twig and eventually met up with Soki who was meeting us at the entrance of the market. We got into another van that he had waiting for us and finally met up with the rest of the group at the cooking class. We made a few dishes Tay came out so good ! I made Panang Curry with Tofu, Stir-Fried Noodles (Phad Thai) and Chicken with Cashew Nuts. All three dishes came ...
... turned out the rest of the pub were supporting the opposing teams. Edd shouted the loudest, clapped the loudest, bantered with people at other tables and by the end of the first match, was basically friends with everyone at the bar. I had taken my iPad with and sat and played trains, watching the games out of the corner of my left eye, sometimes.
We were steam-rolled by a socially awkward guy from Leister that apparently lived in Thailand and taught English. ...
... it out and we
were finally left with what we originally ordered. Jeeez..! T.I.T.
This Is Thailand. Later, the manager came with his phone-camera to
take a snap of his happy customers 'for his daily posting on
Facebook,' as he told us.
Moral..? Take nothing for granted in Thailand, its never what it
seems...but its enormous fun.
I often think that Thailand is like an ongoing Carnival. A
kaleidoscope of ...
... was leaving, he gifted me one with 4-leaf clovers that said "Wish you best of luck wherever you go!" :D
Feeling light on my feet, I went to a travel agency to book my trip to Laos! Yay, that's done. Whew, in Asia, touristy places and tourism agencies are GOOD. It means convenience, and it's so worth the extra few dollars! I am all about doing my research and going the off beaten path, but for regular backpackers, there's not much point in trying to do ...