Chateau De Bangkok
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... they all started saying "A Canadian, a Canadian"! Wow, they were right. At that point, Luke was the only non Thai and was about 2 - 3 years older than the oldest kid. He decided to get dressed and figured that at minimum he could help out the coach. The coach, Zack is a Canadian from Sudbury who has been teaching in Thailand for some time. He has been trying to grow a bit of a hockey program here and seems to be getting some traction. After 15 - 20 ...
... the time keeping an eye out for anywhere that might sell face paint or anything of the sort. Unfortunately we weren't able to find anything. Eventually we ended up heading home empty handed so I went about looking for good songs to cover instead and pestered Daisy with a list. Hopefully we can find some face paint over the next couple of days, because the rest of my costume is ready and raring for ...
... We bid farewell to Jevan and he told us to come to Brunei sometime, it seems like a sick place! Our flight to BK was with air Asia and a good one - I don't really know why I didn't fill this blog in then! Our bags were out nearly instantly and we cruised past immigration. Thinking that we are oversmart, we booked an uber to our hostel, because it'll probs be the cheapest right? That's what it's like in London but apparently in Bangkok it's the ...
... Dungeons and Dragons with some of the people from work. I've never played it before and I've heard of people playing it and I've never really given it any thought. When an open invite was issued, I figured I should at least try it out. After all, it's an RPG, but with other real-life people. It could be argued that it is slightly less geeky than sitting alone on a computer doing the same thing. We were there for two ...
... Day. Greeted by a nice young lady. Given snack& chocolate cake & purple iced herbal drink. Cartoon of plasticine figures made by students shown outside. At 1.30pm documentary about water by french producer. "A Thirsty World"- Jan Arthus-Bertrand. UN. Sponsored by company supplying water to three provinces. Lasted ...