Eastin Easy Siam Piman
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... up. These games happened a lot quicker and lasted a bit longer because we agreed that it should be head shots only for a kill. My first death happened after I knocked three people out, and then got a glancing blow across the top of my head. The second was slightly less cool, I went to run forward, but slipped and caught a shot to the neck - now I have a rather large welt growing there. For my last game I charged down a number of people and just did my best to attack whoever I could. ...
Today we traveled to Patong to have one night in the hotspot of the Island. As we drove into the driveway of the motel you could see it was a pretty grubbie area. As I was standing at the open air reception there was a loud crack and bang noise that came from the street. I ran out to see what it was to see that a power line had fallen and was live and on fire on the roadway, just where our car had driven moments before! I don't know that I was smart to run to see what it was, ...
... local place where female convicts are the masseuse of choice and the ones to inflict the pleasurable torment (which is possibly the only way to describe the experience). I had a full hour of pummelled butt cheeks, my torso twisted every which way, being bent backwards like a dish and watching Anna nervously laughing at me as she saw me being thrown around like a ragdoll, anticipating what was coming her way seconds later. It turns out 80% of the women are convicted due to ...
no toppings: apple/cranberry sorbet, Turkish coffee, Almond mocha fudge, rum raisin,
and Chocolate rain forest. I was surprised Ed didn't try the Stinky Sticky Chocolate...
We did take the metro back, much easier than last night when I had to figure the whole
thing out. The highlight is that Ed ran into another mature American gentleman
wearing Keens, and they compared Keens to Crocs for a satisfying ...
... one, and ate a few bits,
but ultimately I can't imagine why someone would ask for it.
So racing back home on the motorcycle, we passed through the night market with
hundreds or thousands of food stalls. Very exciting, and possibly my last glimpse of
authentic Thailand as Ed and I moved into the Radisson today.
Before we moved, we were treated to breakfast by Rat. At first it was just a skinny
piece of ...