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... thaise "poffertjes", fried little meat balls with noodles around it which gave a nice crispy effect, vegetable balls with a lot of sauces and sticky rice lolly pops. When we came back and were close to our guest house we had quickly some thai food in a big hall with TL light and full of big groups of locals. Food is fresh quickly prepared and served on plasic plates ...
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After class we had a few minutes to pack some before the road trip to the village, this is when I became really homesick because I had time to think about home and how the village trip was going to much different. But here I am at the village with no wifi. Our first stop on the way to village was at a community hospital called Mae On Hospital, very small, 2 bed emergency room, 5 private rooms and ...
... next stop should be food. Considering there were no real restaurants nearby our options would be a food stand from one of the three surrounding hill tribe villages. We passed up the first stand as the only option was soup. We passed by the second village as Tony was not impressed with the options. Once we reached the third village I didn’t care where we ate I was so hungry. Tony asked a local for a recommendation then we drove a mile up the road to a little stand that had a max of ...
... 4,000 Bt canceling fee. Yikes. More hours on the phone. So Bud has a funny tummy, agonizing hours on the phones to get back my debit card, hotel booking problem and crummy weather. So, what does Bud do? I sleep, watch TV, and jam with the local musicians at the hotel night club, had Yuki bring him cookies and milk and let Yuki sort it all out all the problems That is my woman!!! She is definitely a ...
... the tale. This time there were no seats, so I just waited next to the street, 'enjoying' the heat from the sun as there was no shade. I saw a bus do ing my way and hoped it will stop - thankfully it did. 20 Baht again, and after 30 or 40 minutes I was back in town. I am sure it is easier getting a Tuk Tuk, or join one of the many tours offered, but I loved the flexibility you have by using public transport and save some money in the process.
As I enjoyed it last night I went ...