Felix River Kwai
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Wow, wat een dag weer... Op het moment dat ik dit blog type is het hier 18:00 uur. Ik heb net gezwommen in een van de zwembaden van mijn 'nieuwe' onderkomen en heb daarna een rondje van ca 30 minuten door de prachtige tuinen van het resort gedaan. Ik zit nu op mijn balkon van ca. 4 x 3, in de schaduw - het is ca 30 graden - met op de achtergrond …
Yesterday was our travel day and it started out at 0715 when we left our hotel in Chiang Mai for a flight back to Bangkok. The prearranged plan was for us to have Mr. Supoj, our trusted cabbie, pick us up on the flight arrival level. After about 20 minutes waiting outside in the humidity, heat and noise we still hadn't seen Mr. Supoj and Gretchen …
Praise da Lord. I'm finally back to normal. As for everyone else however... Lucy and Marie, two girls me & P were good friends with have decided to leave. The night they left I got really down and homesick and contemplated whether this whole thing was right for me. Do I really want to live in a shack for another month? Do I really want to be an unpaid teacher who is ...
... pace to the point I was expecting a derailment. I understand the death railway story but leave me out of it please, there have been too many deaths on this line.
Before we knew it we were back in Bangkok Noi and scrambling to hop in a taxi to the main station on the other side of the river. As the taxi pulled in we had 10 minutes to spare to grab our tickets and some supplies for the night before boarding our overnight sleeper to the far North.
Next stop Chiang Mai.
... The cubs are lured around with broom sticks that have plastic bags attached to them and they react to these toys similar to how house cats react to strings or laser lights. It was amazing to see them jumping around and being so playful with each other. The adult tigers are given the same opportunity to play each afternoon, but the tourists need to stand in cages while this happens. The tigers are used to humans and would not ...