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... of stealing it, the first thing I would do is try to get it back to it owner ASAP! It also annoyed me the fact that it's a battery charger! Most girls wouldn't even know what it was, and if they did they would realise how invaluable it is! But it just happened at the wrong time, as we are just about to go home and I really didn't want to have to fork out for another charger, and now I only have one battery (I had two as they only last half a day) So in ...
... want to spend this and I want to do this and that so what can you do for me. She organised and booked everything from the taxi that will pick me up tomorrow morning at 5am to pick up mum at airport to the seat booking for a theatre show in two weeks time. Lek you are the best and I mean it as it is now the 5th time I'm using your flawless services. If you ever need a travel agent in BBK. (Bangkok) give her a ring at 0-2214 2607 or her mobile number is 083 2977044 ...
... After a wonder around this temple we hit a cute little market famous for its Buddha amulets. Thais collect these pendants for good luck, and some of them are at least 100 years old. Graeme absolutely loves to collect things and was like a bit of a magpie at this market. Both of us really enjoyed walking around here and getting to know a little bit about Buddhist beliefs from the market traders, all to be taken with a pinch of salt I imagine as I'm sure they are just trying to ...
A mere 12-hours feeling like this - was not fun, however luckily managed to sleep for part of it. A midnight stop at some random service and some undesirable thai toilets and we were back on the road!
Finally we were dropped in the middle of nowhere (yet again) and told to get off the coach.
We were shortly piled into a rickety looking small van, where I unfortunately drew the ...
... it’s alcohol that bumps up the expenses although even that is cheaper than the uk. One day we took a boat trip along the river and the maze of canals that support it. Here there are tiny houses on stilts and full use being made of the river. A variety of temples serving different religions peek between the trees and saffron-robed monks wave cheerily. I suppose they would be cheerful as they are fully supported by the populace!