Night Bazaar Inn
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... br> We are having dinner with our friends tonight in the Night Market. There is a middle eastern restaurant we want to try. the indian restaurant we originally planned to eat at is closed on Sunday lol. NUY was not excited about the india food so, its good to go someplace she likes :) Moz is coming too. I have to send a note to AOM and see if she wants to join us. Marie is coming too. We have made a lot of good ...
... legs in Afghanistan. Which is simply just what happened...but its not simple. We thanked him for his service but, then he pointed out that its hard when you are in a place where nobody local at least wants you involved. That was the extent of that. We moved on to his plans and ours. He is going to be traveling for at least a year. And his goal is to visit/live in San Francisco. So, to all ...
We knew what happened yesterday when the phone rang at 7am and the front desk told us our driver to Chiang Rai was here. We just said "That was yesterday," and went back to sleep. After breakfast we got our laundry together and headed out. We stopped by the travel agency, and I could tell the manager didn't want to do it, but they gave us our money back. We were waiting for our driver for the handicrafts tour when the guy from yesterday (Jenaran) showed up. ...
... br> the other side. 'No, No..!' I said and turned the menu back to the
side orders again. Something clicked in her brain and she smiled and
Then Marion had a go. '2 buttermilk pancakes with fruit, 2 bacon, 2
sausage patties, coffee and orange juice. That's it..!'
Then the clusterflock started. A waiter turned up with 4 sausage
patties. So I gave 2 to Marion and kept 2. Enter the 2nd waiter,
... for the three weeks we'd stayed before because it's only 500 baht a night. The owner didn't recognise us but said there were rooms available. He led us to our room and it was exactly the same one!! Déjà vu!
We went next door to our favourite bar for food and pool and the owner remembered us- we were treated like kings; nuts, tankers (over half pint much to Paul's delight) and a glass of ice cubes! And ...