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... disappointing.. We were told there was a better one though so thought we would leave that for the next morning before we had to give our trusty 4x4 back! Arriving back in the crazy town of Samui we decided to be far too cool and have a movie night in Jamie's room because myself and Leigh were too poor for a tv in our room... We convinced Jamie to pay more so we could use him for his tele.. He loved the company though so happiness all ...
We have met a lovely family with two young children, and all four of the kiddies have become firm friends in such a short time, sharing their love of the sea and sand. Today we have been invited along on a long tail boat trip with our new friends to see two of the nearby islands, Bamboo and Mosquito islands. After a speedy breakfast, we meet up with out boat and set off across the calm waters, the kids chattering excitedly about snorkelling and fish.
... of the Big C shopping center. It is kind of
like going to Italy for wine and drinking boxed Franzia.
The rest of the bus trip was a party
and the students seemed to know how to enjoy themselves. A lot of
them disappeared to the bottom compartment, and the boys and girls
were separated after midnight, to avoid any, well, you know. I talked
to the bus drivers a bit, about my fantasy of renting their bus for ...
... impressed with myself I got there in one piece, after the hostel in Bangkok looked strangely at me when I said I wanted to do the travel in one day. So my journey began in rush hour in Bangkok city, with a taxi to the South bus terminal pronounced as ‘sai bai main’ to the taxi driver. Traffic was horrendous and at one point I did think I might miss my overnight bus to Krabi but luckily the taxi driver sensed I was in a hurry and so I made it to ...
... late and said that in the morning while she was at home, she had been given 600 baht.
One of my students gave me a little dessert as a gift. It was wrapped up in a banana leaf, and I didn’t know what was inside. I’ve had several of these banana wrapped treats before, sometimes full of sticky rice, most often full of mysterious gelatinous Thai desserts that I’m not too fond of (it’s the texture). So ...