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... tourists want to see and buy large pieces of jewellery !! We got away with a couple of decorative Thai rice bowls which do look great.
Back on board at 2pm for a rest and a shower.
In all, not a bad day out for a ship organised tour. The guide (Kate – of Thai and Chinese origins) was witty and kept up a good commentary of the usual statistics and tour information but also a lot of local and stories and on every day goings on around us as ...
... make up, injuries, repairs and the finite nature of the career. Her boyfriend is very Muslim and everything about Vegas and a relationship with a girl like her goes against his religion and his families wishes...if they knew! Nothing like a million extra land mines to negotiate. A relationship in the making that is so complicated and fraught with obstacles....religion, culture, nationality, tolerance, expectation, finite careers in cirque, beliefs they were brought up with around ...
August 22, 2013
Today we are flying back to Bangkok to meet up with the girls after their Vietnam excursion! The 1 ½ hour cab ride to Pattaya went by quickly because we had so much to catch up on. The girls loved Vietnam just as much as we did, which we were glad to hear. Annie met us at her house and brought us to the grocery store so that we could fill the house with food and booze for the next couple days. It was great to have a ...
... We then walk towards a large drome where the center stage was cordoned off with an approx. 8 feet fence (quite a thin and scary structure) in which a Tiger Show was held. The show was conducted by a man and a woman clothed in tiger skin style dressing and were surrounded by 6 full grown tigers. One of them refused to comply with almost anything they asked for and was seen pawing at them several times. We were really scared. Those tigers could possibly ...
Sunday 19 February 2012 can only be described as an odd day of contrasts in my life. The day started with Shelley, her mum and dad and me catching a taxi into Pattaya to attend a Christian church service at the Royal Twin Palace Hotel.
The extremely air conditioned room on the twelfth floor cut a stark contrast to the oven-like heat on the streets and also offered great views over the city. The service itself was fairly well attended by a whole ...