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... trees and some other crops, I don’t know what. It was a
pretty sweaty experience but pretty fun. Also 17 people said hello to me, I
So things are pretty standard here. School is good getting a
little monotonous though. But just as I start to think I’m getting a bit bored
of this and think about home I go for a bike ride and almost run over a dinosaur
and that makes me happy I get to live here for a couple of months longer.
... water hitting my feet. Holy ****. I'm really in Thailand, and the water here is NICE. Super warm, that perfect turquoise water that lets you see perfectly through its depths. I swam, rolled around, and sunbathed on the sand where the water lines washed in to cool me down. It was pretty amazing. We eventually moved further along the coastline, settling down again on a smaller beach where we swam out to a floating plank board in ...
... weird. They were also at the start of a mammoth trip around South East Asia and Australia so we discussed route options. They were heading north to Chiang Mai and then into Laos so we swapped numbers just in case we flipped our route so we could meet up. We had a few beers at Naga then we moved on the Reggae Bar next door and the buckets began.
The reggae bar was hilarious, a local man with a keyboard was playing classic Reggae (I use this ...
... frustrated happening but a cheerful parade.After saying goodbye to my mom and Mariette, Meri and I left for Ko Samet, the island closest to Bangkok where we rested a few days at the most southern (and thus the quietest) point of the island named Ao Wai. Every day after breakfast however 2 speedboats full of Russians were dropped off here, who immediately ordered some beers and took some bikini model pictures of their wives at the beach, which brought us ...
... but is meaningful, representational, and original - I don’t intend to regret it. I think it’s a nice piece of art to keep with me, even if I lose all of my possessions.
After I left the island, I returned to Pattaya, sorted out some real world issues, reconnected with people after the communication break, and renewed my visa (Visas are the biggest pain in my ass, and the most confusing aspect of my travels). I’ve since realize that my time on the island ...