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... 30 school kids in grade 5. It was a really fun and very exciting experience to be teaching English to 30 students and keep them listening and paying attention to you. I taught them some Australian songs and how to count to 20.
At lunch they served rice and chicken to all the kids and teachers, it was really good and ...
... at the bar and ended up staying there the rest of the night (Well til 11:30 in time for curfew! Haha) drinking and chatting. We sampled some of scorpions on the food market.. Interesting taste. They taste like fishy pork scratchings. They are v chewy. Had a brilliant night tonight and James and I have already been talking about how a month might not be enough.. If only we could change our flights ;) Night. ...
... the grand palace, we needed to get to
our appointment for our suit and dress fitting across town. We tried to
flag down 5 different taxis but none of them knew where the tailor was located. One guy refused to even think about taking us across town once he saw that we only had an address on a business card, he put his arms up making an X gesture and said NO! We were feeling a little bit anxious but a Tuk Tuk driver saw us ...
Refreshed from a day of self indulgent leisure I am up early and off to the pool. Today my weight dropped to 201.5 because I worked out twice yesterday and skipped lunch. We had come directly to Bangkok hoping to be ready for the signing of government documents whenever Vo, the social worker, could make an appointment. The phone call this morning indicated that Monday was bad because too many people would be coming to the government offices. So we wait. We decide to go visit the ...
... often under the shade of a big umbrella.
While stopped alongside an overpass, I noticed that sections of the roadway appeared to have been built to deal with the potential for earthquakes, much the same as the overlapping seismic construction technique used in California.
The first part of our Bangkok tour was on a uniquely Thai river boat. These use auto engines that seem to have been lifted directly out of a car and right into the boat. The ...
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