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... everyone with others smearing talcum powder over you and some other type of grey sludge. I understand Song Kran is the celebration of the Thai new Year over a 5 day period from 11-17 April. I read in the news later that during that 5 days celebration across the country there were 248 killed and 2,643 people injured, mainly regarding motorcycle incidents. Its certainly off its face with fun and frivolity. I did notice the locals drinking ...
... belltravelservice.com. I will let you know tomorrow if we actually get picked up!!
After breakfast/lunch we jumped on a baht bus to the end of the beach then walked the rest of the 45 minute journey to The Sanctuary of Truth. It cost 500baht each to get in. The building is made entirely of wood and is currently undergoing some reconstruction work. It is really amazing to see the work that has gone into it and you could see all ...
... the crux of this happy little skit]
N: “I can pay you instead?”
[Now, the thing is, in Thailand, police fines are as negotiable as an item of clothing at the market as all of the proceeds are going straight into the policeman’s pocket rather than the public purse. One can normally pay 200/300 Baht for driving offences but I knew that the smallest note I had in my wallet was a 500 - ...
... at a local pub with a live band. We tried some Thai Singha beer which was pretty good, but not quite as good as czech beer. We chatted with the others from Australia, New Zealand, America, Canada and the UK (31 of us). The others were going to head out to see a ping pong show but Ryan and i had seen one already and thought one show was enough. We were both quite exhausted so we spent a bit of time at the pub but then headed back to the hotel to call it a ...
... proud, service oriented people. They were very thankful for all the things the British did for them (trade with other countries, infrastructure, education, etc).
Hong Kong was such a contrast and such a big city. I had been there in late 1996 just before the British turned it over to China. Only difference I noticed was that more signs were in Chinese - of course.
Now we’re in Thailand and I’m pleasantly surprised how clean it is - even the streets in Bangkok have no ...