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... got split into four teams - we had to pick a number out of a hat. As luck would have it, Becky and I ended up on the same team. We also had two Thai girls, a guy called Dan and a guy called Matt. None of them had even gone paintballing before. The arena was really small, and the amount of cover you had available to you was weak. The cover consisted of large yellow inflatables, clearly Drew knew this before hand, because he was wearing yellow. The first match was between the other ...
... RHIP, or Rank Has Its Privileges. Upgrading to Premium Economy gave us priority
boarding, more space, 2 meals, and more comfort. Since the short haul flights didn't
have Premium Economy, we got to go Business Class from Taipei to Bangkok in a 747.
What luxury that was! I watched "The Book Thief" in fits and starts through the night,
then "The Imitation Game" on the way to Bangkok.
The airline gave us a ...
... place where we order yellow curry. We are served a very red sweet and sour but it looks good and tastes good so we say nothing.
Three stops and one change on the Skytrain bring us to Lumpini Park. When we here last year we had been warned it was dangerous and not to come. It was the HQ for the demonstrators and the odd grenade had been thrown to keep up the anti. But now it welcomes us with flags and bunting. It's still quiet as the party ...
So after a night getting used to going to bed at 5pm UK time we were up early and down for breakfast a selection of rice and other delights including fresh orange juice and black coffee. Today was visa day we needed to go to the Vietnam Embassy to apply for visas because for a reason only known to the Communist Republic of Vietnam getting a visa is still torturous in 2014 in the era of Internet and modern telecommunications you have to turn up in person and apply for a ...
... cross and I guess some Thai person did some thing funny cause I chuckled and so did the other white dude waiting. So we said hello and thus began my new partner in crime for the day. Milo from Sophia, Bulgaria. Milo was also traveling alone and so we just naturally became buddies for the day. First stop was to see The Grand Palace, Wat Saket and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. To get into this temple was 500 Baht ($15.25). This the biggest one in the area because it is ...