Chivaree (Shivaree) Resort
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... are treading very lightly indeed. She tells us there is a lot of corruption, particularly with buying votes and there are only two political parties and they are both corrupt.
Today is the Thai Kings birthday, he is the world's longest serving current head of state and he turns 86 today!
Tonight we have sweet, sour and spicy fish with noodles and share a sticky rice and mango, yummy again! ...
With both of us feeling better this morning, we got back on our bikes and rode 17k to the Cambodia/Thailand border. The terrain became much hillier as we approached the border. Crossing into Thailand, we discovered that they drive on the left side of the street here, unlike Cambodia and Vietnam where they drive on both sides of the streets. There has been a marked ...
... 4:30/5pm and then the game of finding a place to sleep
begins! What will the magic word be today? Hotel, bungalow, guesthouse,
The chore of searching for a place to sleep every night is balanced with
the gorgeous colours of sky with the evening sun ...
After two weeks of non-stop van rides and fun events, everyone was really looking forward to going to the beach and not do anything except relax. After a quick 1 hour plane ride from Chiang Mai, we were back in Bangkok. We had again magically had a van waiting for us ready to take us to the pier at Ban Phe where we caught a speed boat to our beach on Koh Samet. There is a ferry that carries about 50 people that leaves every few hours or so (when it's full) and is cheap, but ...
... it “Breaking Wind”. Later in the week, I hopped onto a Chao Phraya ferry up to Rattanakosin, to see the 143 foot reclining Buddha at Wat Pho. That evening, Julian and I went to see Bangkok’s famous China town, where we tried Durian, the smelliest fruit in South East Asia, as well as Bird’s Nest Soup!
Julian was working 6 days per week, so only had one day off that weekend. So on Saturday night we headed out with some of his fellow teachers (or ...