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... for an hour or so. We returned to the first centre and purchased some sandwiches for lunch. We then headed off in a different direction and stumbled on the market Alison remembered. After wandering around for a while we decided to go back to our hotel. We had a laugh in the haviana store when we discovered they wanted 1890 baht for a pair of plain black ones. This converts to over A$60. This compares somewhat unfavourably to the A$25 ...
... next 2 hours of itchiness was worth it 7. MUSHROOM GRAVY WITH CANNED MEAT ON FRIES Sounded disgusting, I didn't order it, Oscar did, I finished half the plate So some great new culinary learnings, can safely say Argentinian meat is great, Peru experimentation was inspiring and Dulce de Leche has a sacred spot in my heart...both calories and emotional. But now to enjoy chilli and garlic again...as well as some unidentified things Oscar is keen on me trying..hmmm See you all soon, ...
... my mind and body had both adjusted and recovered I went out to explore the neighbourhood. Starving, I was (almost) torn between a McDonald's I'd seen and just going straight to the street vendors, well didn't my travelling, rational thinking side kick right in? It said, 'Adam if you even dare look at, let alone touch a McDonald's you might as well book a flight and go right back home!!' I laughed to myself and went for some delightful, exceptionally spicy street food which cost less ...
... the Munjai Cafe which was a fab little place setup as part of a social enterprise project to encourage and develop people from the local slum. A very inspiring visit & I hope to go back before I go. Got home after completing 36km in the Bangkok heat. Feeling all chuffed to get some exercise and and have a bit of a buzz in seeing some cool places.. and living to tell the ...
... a coughing fit and us a headache. We left for the train station and booked our onward tickets, £21 each all the way to Ko Samui on the overnight train. Bored and looking to fill another 6 hours we decided to try and walk to the mall we had seen on the map. The map lied, as ususal, about proximity and it turns out it would have taken an hour and a half to walk there. So we got a tuk tuk. They get paid in Fuel vouchers by shop keepers to bring tourists into ...