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Today we shoved off and headed for Khao Yai National Park. It was about a three hour drive away and it went by like a breeze, since I had once again claimed the backseat couch as my own. I laid down and typed up my blog, it was nice to actually get some time to write and rest for a while. Note to public relations officers at other tourism …
Phone mum and Jai to let them both know I am now in Bangkok and have my bus tickets sorted.
Not really hungry come evening so I buy a snack at 7/11 then taxi back to Mo Chit again.
At the bus station by 18:30 and then have another wait on my hands. The bus arrives on time and is nice and comfy. It leaves just a few minutes late and I must have gone almost straight to sleep as the next thing I know it is 23:20 and we are arriving in ...
... a little gin. Jerker had lived in Dar for a while and I knew him and Monica from there, so it was lovely to catch up! Both in different phases in our lives, but both newly married. Apart from the fantastic views of Bangkok, it felt like we were back in Dar because most of his furniture was the same! The life as an expat as Monica mentioned is holding on to your furniture, it almost defines you and keeps you closer to your comfort ...
... in the internet cafe writing blog entries when it
starts raining, but it sounds better if my bloodshot eyes are not
peering at a computer screen when this significant event occurs) It doesn't rain for very long, maybe half an hour at most, but it is the first rainfall of the year in Thailand! You might think I am making this up folks, but this tale is completely, well almost completely, authentic. It most definitely is raining in the final hours of the day season, and what ...
... a hotel. Really is that it? "Really," you say, you think that just because we call ourselves professional cyclists and travelers that we can just bike around the world tirelessly, without rest? That touring the world happens as easily as making Pillsbury croissants in the oven back in our cozy Canadian kitchens? You know, the ones that you simply throw in the oven as little balls of dough, while you go and try to find your perfect match on plentyoffish.com, ...
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