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The train has never been empty - i generally stand up a lot.
I have posted some sounds on my freesound siite under freesoundjon01.
Must finish this chapter of the book.
All the best.
Can't go back to that argentinian place I spent $200 - they keep giving me free drinks as well.
It was a slow start to the day, partly because we didn't know what we wanted to do and partly because I was quite content making plans for the upcoming October break. But as the morning wore on Becky got more and more hangry (a state of anger caused by lack of food), and so we headed into Bangkok city centre. I didn't realise at first but Becky had a very specific restaurant in mind for us to get our brunch. The Pancake ...
... that there are more people in Mumbai than Delhi. Mumbai also had a Western, even British, vibe to it. The buildings and layout felt very British Empire-ey. Also, the Indians in Mumbai seem to be football crazy, so I felt at home.
Unfortunately, the hotel in Mumbai was not great. It was a tiny little room with no natural light, ants and ever-wet stains on the bed and awful WiFi. Varun had organised for a couple of taxis to take the 6 of us for a 4 ...
... of Bangkok.
With a lovely breeze it was a refreshing stop on an otherwise what ...
... Finally by 1 o’clock we entered our cabin on the Princess Sapphire’s 9th Floor. We were pleasantly surprised with the spacious room and large balcony awaiting us. We settled in quickly and of course made our way to the 14th floor for the lunch buffet. There are a lot of choices to the excellent food. At our dinner table we ate with a couple from California. We noticed, that the majority ...