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... taxgtBc%2FVFKZMyOX__I%2FAAAAAAAAAbo%2FG K4dfa4hkf0%2Fs1600%2FDSCN0479.JPG&c ontainer=blogger&gadget=a&rewri teMime=image%2F*" width="400" style="cursor: move;" class="yui-img"></a> I start teaching on Monday. At this point, my nervousness has transformed into an unexplainable excitement for all that is yet to come. Until then, the adventure continues this weekend in Bangkok. It is Halloween, after all. Let's see what other magic this big, bad city has in store for ...
... to Vientiane. We stopped in a really cool hostel called garden backpackers that had art work splashed on all the white walls and explored the city the next day. It doesn't really have a whole lot to offer and we saw most of it in a day and a half. My favourite place we visited was the cope museum which is a fascinating museum about the secret war in Laos. I learnt that despite Laos being a neutral country in the Vietnam war, it became a place where American pilots would ...
... so we found a cafe and had a young coconut cocktail! (See pictures). To get back to the hotel we joined the locals on the ferry and also the sky train which was a good way to see the city. In the evening we walked to pat pong market which was a bit disappointing but had some nice noodles in a restaurant (too scared to eat street food due to the Kop Khun *****). From here we went to pat pong two which is the red light district. We had a ...
... King of Thailand, whose tune was being played. One or two people remained seated, inluding all the Buddhist monks who have their own little waiting area.
We found this great hostel in Pak Chong after a bit of investigation and spent the afternoon in a nearby large Tesco`s - the first big store since Florida. It was a nice change. ...
... as an emblem and as a protest 'noise' as they march. We scour the stalls along the outside edge of the park. No earrings to be found that match but then John spots some similar tiny whistles on key rings. I am wearing my earrings and show the stall holder to indicate what I want. He has none, only keyrings, but says if we can wait 10 minutes he will make some. Brilliant! While waiting a Thai man come over and talks to ...