Lee Gardens Plaza
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... sushi bar! It was so much fun! But we rounded it off by having a traditional Thai massage which was lovely and really helped my crunched up back, bad from all the hauling round of the backpack no doubt! Out on the streets we saw a little elephant dancing and swinging a hoop around its trunk. You hear of them treating elephants badly here, but we managed two months all the way down Thailand without seeing such a horrible cruel sight, and now, on our ...
... crash on the roof. By 4:30 I was showering under the gutter water, and collecting rain water to wash my clothes. By 5 we were cooking sticky rice and bananas because the electricity had shorted out due to the rain and we would be eating in the dark. By 6 the scorpions were crawling out of their holes scuttling across the kitchen floor, moths were dragging themselves to the dry concrete attempting to fly, and giant red centipedes were taking cover in my ...
... New World" and then brought down the house to Britney Spears' classic "Oops I did it again." It was so fun and the random Asians were smiling and clapping along with us. After belting it out it was time for bed...the air conditioning was a welcome change from the hot hill tribes!
Tomorrow it is off to the islands of the south!!! I am so excited for the beach...and I am getting VERY excited to head home to see ...
... a beach, great. When your feet are dirtier/sandier than your flip flops.. It confuses me a lot. Since being in Thailand I have indulged in the delicious delicacies that they have in this wonderful country. All of the curries are so flavoursome and rich, especially Massaman Curry- coconut milk and potato based. I also loveeeee a noodle and vegetable dish called Pad Si Ew. It consists of very very thick noodles with fried crunchy vegetables and a choice of meat. I ...
... businessmen seeking a good time with cheap alcohol and Thai prostitutes. Yet it felt far from a hedonistic playground as we shuffled through the ramshackle street market in search of some cheap dinner. We had also been told not to expect the same sort of friendly banter as the north of the country, but the abrupt, sharp manner in which we were dealt with still came as quite a surprise. Perhaps, with hindsight, the sight of smiley local traders with friendly gestures in the ...