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Travel Blogs from Cha-am
Dodging the Flood
Whilst we were in Bangkok we saw locals filling sand bags and debris from farms up stream drifting past the river boats. The flooding in central Thailand was stopping a lot of travelers getting north and destroying huge areas of farm land. By the time we left Kanchanaburi there were mixed reports of buses being stopped on …
... concrete and stones, making our way to a viewing platform, if you could call it that! Looking back now, I wish I didn’t go up, stairs and my back don’t go well together and it wasn’t really worth it. At the top we could see other mountains, rice paddies being burnt and a few high-rises that did not at all fit in to the surrounding. Some parts of the walk up were done really nicely others but most towards the end seemed to be wooden ...
... East London. Brick Lane has become famous as one of the curry centres of the city.
"Oxford Street" I recognised!! Here was a double-decker bus (that has shops on the inside), a red phone box, a red post box, a statue of the Queen's Palace Guard and the underground tube station signs. There are also seats covered in the Union Jack.
Toilets This toilet is based on the world-famous London Underground. The entry corridor to the toilet had a ...
... like 130?
And it is so thinnnnn ~
It was weird, riding an un-train horse but it was fun.
The horse was nice enough, and it was easy~ easy to canter, easy to trot.
I think it can be a good teacher for beginner.
But his sweat smells like sea hahahahahaha
Then we came back to the hotel, chill and relax at the beach?
The next morning, we went back to the outlet, ...
It was difficult for every study abroad student to actually accept that we weren't in Thailand for a vacation and to travel that we were actually here for school. I think everyone went to their first day with the same thoughts: that things may be a little easier than they are back home; that may be the case for some, but I know my classes are going to be a lot of work.
My first class was Production Tools for Advertising and Marketing ...