Grand Mercure Fortune Bangkok
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... was fully convinced he was about to smash the fat Norwegian's face in. At the last second he must have thought better of it, because he pulled away from his wound up punch then went and sat down. If he'd followed through on that king hit, I have no doubt the plane would have been diverted to land at the nearest airport - which I think at the time was probably Iran. I got the last part on video, but it's really too dark to see anything useful unfortunately. Luckily the rest of the ...
... be one of the best decisions we had made on our trip. We met some great people in the dorm (and as we were all following a similar route, we stayed with each other for the next couple of weeks) and had a brilliant time!
A group of us went on one day trip during our five day stay in Ko Samui where we travelled around the 42 small islands just off the coast. We spent the day kayaking, hiking, and relaxing on the idyllic beaches.
Its been a long, tiring and sweaty first day so an earlyish night with bottle of Chang beer in the room before bed.
2nd Day in Bangkok
We headed to Khao San road today on a tuk-tuk which was an experience in itself, he didnt know if he was a car or motorbike but we managed to survive the journey. Absolute nutter! He offered to take us to a wholesale clothes shop in return for him getting ...
... excuse to start the party early.
Meanwhile back in Canada Mariah is looking after my cats and giving them a wonderful holiday time lots of things to play with and a tree to climb. Janet and John are looking after the house and keeping us updated on the horrible weather we are not missing.
So I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Sawadee Pei Mei (Happy New Year in Thai)
... and then camp and then special needs Deaf camp and then volunteering as a dishwasher/doing the ASL course and then job interview stress and then camp UK craziness then 6 weeks of Indian deaf school couchsurfing that I feel ... Guilty(?) for this hedonistic lifestyle out here ... The concept that some people have been bumming around on koh phangan for 14 days just sleeping, beaching and drinking initially felt unnatural to me. But I think I'm convincing my body that this ...