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... after a new piston had been fitted, but alas, the word is that the piston is the wrong size and the engine has cried enough. The Alvis Tourer of Caroline Greenhalgh had spares for the axle arrive today, with the new navigator who we welcome – Louise Cartledge, an accomplished Bentley driver in her own right.
We saw beside today Keith and Nora Ashworth, sidelined with fuel vaporisation problems, attended to ...
... This took just over an hour and we went from one side of Bangkok to the other during peak hour traffic. Behind us and to the right sat a pair of Katoey (Ladyboys.) About 5 minutes from the airport one of them got motion sickness and threw up over Jen's leg and jacket!!! She was very apologetic and the whole bus helped to move luggage, mop up spew and open windows...Classic ;)
... his apartments and was touting for business. He said since the recent tragedy the island is so quiet and the usual volumes of tourists have disappeared. So he was offerig a one bedroom apartment for just 600baht a night.
The pictures looked lovely and we were tempted so we asked him to come back to us in an hour as we still had to finish breakfast. We had a quick google of his place and the reviews were good. It was however not on a part of the island we had ...
At breakfast, I listened to the guesthouse owner, who was once a Reuters journalist, tell me his views on Thai politics. Basically, he valued military stability over democracy, which was coming with bloodshed (from the protests), and the elected government he believed had poor policies and too much US influence anyway. I then lay in a hammock for much of the morning to give my stomach time to get better before I got on the bike. At midday I reluctantly got on ...
... Two days in Chumphon floated by as we hung out at the pool, researched our next stop, an incredibly time-consuming process (hence the relative scarcity of postings here on our travel blog), but always advised in high season.
Chumpon’s eponymous Phad Thai street neatly morphs into a night market, in this case, ‘street food’. The first night, after a few starts and stops, we sampled a veritable cornucopia of treats: spicy Thai noodles, spring ...