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... the game for Zack.....we'll see!
Saturday night we decided to go to the school play, Amadeus. I'm not sure what I was expecting but I was really quite impressed with the show. The kids were all clearly having fun and did a fantastic job. Luke knew several of the kids in the play so it was fun for him to see them perform.
Sunday we headed to the climbing gym and while Ray relaxed in the coffee shop, Luke and I hit the ...
... During school time people leave the office as quickly as possible and they are either too poor or too tired at the weekends to actually do anything. Right now is perfect. But I suppose without the school times, this wouldn't seem like so much fun. I found out that Mark certainly didn't feel the same way about it. He's definitely leaving now and it'll be sad to see him go. After our adventures around South East Asia, it's a shame that ...
... had got pretty real by this point. We decided on a place called the Black Swan, which, upon arrival turned out to be closed. But Becky would not be deterred, she entered full-beast mode and stormed off in search of Sunday Roast. And fair play to her, she found it just a couple of blocks down in the form of The Robin Hood pub and restaurant. Becky finally had her roast and a cider whilst I devoured a huge rack of ...
We made our way from Pattaya back up north to Bangkok today, but we made a few surprise stops along the way. The first was to what Allen's mom calls "Laser Buddha". It is a place where a HUGE outline of Buddha has been carved out of a mountain by a laser, and then filled in with gold. It was unbelievably massive!
Our next stop was the Sriracha Tiger Zoo, which is really more like a ...
We woke up late with no real agenda other than to go check out the 'Grand Palace' and perhaps the Temple of Dawn and walk up it's many steps.