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Travel Blogs from Chantaburi
Written by Neal
I am not responsible for the consequences if you read this while hungry.
Yvonne & I often say that it’s hard to get a bad meal in Thailand. No matter where we eat, we like the food. The pad thai at the food court in Robinson’s Dep’t Store, next to our apt. building in Bangkok, is so good I had …
... beautiful large tourmalines, one pink, one green. Simply stunning pieces. We didn t go for it at the end.
For dinner we had found this local restaurant just round the corner from the hotel. Clearly successful with the locals as people were queueing passed 7pm, and indeed the food was good and very very cheap.
Soon enough, it is time to head back to Bangkok, with a large bus this time!
Until next time ...
... 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 ...
... it ended up catching was the sharp edge of the bench below. Too prideful to check I gave the bouncers a charming "thumbs up" and found a new position in the club...the pool table. Under the lighting I would learn that I cut my thumb fairly deep. Fortunately, the injury did not prevent me from whooping some Irish guy's ass at one of my favorite games.
Half Moon Party
This party is not nearly the entertainment of its brother, The Full Moon Party, but is a great ...
... we left the place having found a new way of travelling, a new way of meeting inspiring people, a new way of living and even a new way of eating! The biggest lesson or reminder for me was the joy that comes with helping others freely and willingly. In these past three weeks of very simple living I have felt so many moments of pure happiness for no particular reason that it does make me wonder if I've over-complicated my life in the past. Well let's hope I remember to ...