Maneechan Resort & Hotel
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... into the share taxi - there were 4 of us and the driver in a white Camry. We stopped a couple of kilometres up the road and a further 3 passengers got in to Ashlee's raised eyebrows - A mother and 2 kids in the front passenger seat clinging to the dashboard while four squashed in the back. The driver made and accepted several cell calls while over and undertaking slower traffic usually with vehicles coming the other way ...
... supplies us with toasties, fruit and beer, so Mark is happy. After we finish eating the manager tells us to follow her. She has our luggage in the side car of her motorbike, it does make me laugh! We finally get into our room and it seems OK, I'm not so sure, but I'm so tired I don't care!
We also learn tonight that my good friend Rebecca has had a little girl; Xanthe Pearl Dodgson, born 1st December, weighing 7lbs 3oz. I'm delighted for her and can't wait to meet her.
... br> Breakfast is either some fresh fruit and crackers, or yogurt and muesli.
Pack up the room we called home for one night.
Finally learned a system to carry all my belongings in one load!
We load the bikes and hit the road by 6:30.
It's my ...
... about what's around the bend. But we're excited by the adventure and optimistic that the roads will be at the very least paved. We'll see. For now we're enjoying the rest and the views. The pictures show the long valleys leading east into Cambodia. It's hot and humid and lush beyond belief. Quite a far cry from Bangkok! We're glad to be here breathing clean air and listening to little more than the sounds of insects and tropical birds. And monkeys in the ...
... the stubborn A.D.H.D. problem child I am I insisted they give me a minute. Thirty seconds was all it took. Leaping onto my toes I imitated Michael Jackson's signature move with both arms outstretched. The problem wasn't my lack of balance, but rather the poor foundation. Balancing in the most precarious position in dance world isn't easy atop a table with two broken legs. Needless to say, I fell rapidly. Instinctively I placed my right hand out to support the fall. ...