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Travel Blogs from Pattaya
... to leave and it’s so sad, especially when he gives in to tears. "I just don’t want it to end, where am I ever going to find better people". This is the downside of travelling, goodbyes are so tough when you’ve really bonded with people and you know the experiences you’ve had will never be recreated. They just have to remain incredible memories. Frazer’s been out of the UK for over two years, it won’t be easy to adjust to sunny Maidstone after ...
... and bit my neck. This sent shockwaves of nervousness through the already timid team. Fearing that the monkeys would gang up on us we retreated to the safety of our boat and off the island.
Leyla was scared to death that I had caught rabies so we spent the next hour or so searching for a chemist who could treat me. After declining the help of a vet we finally found a doctor who gave me antibiotics, although I'm quite sure that antibiotics is not the correct treatment for ...
... their cameras at almost anything, including all floors, all walls, their food (even the most unremarkable meal), and any picture of themselves will feature a V-sign or other “crazy” gesture
5. Travel snobs - most conversations with other travellers along the way tend naturally to focus on travel tales. Whilst some try and help others with hints and tips, others lean towards thinly veiled boasting and trying to ...
... been what it looked like. It was, he was having heated grips fitted. I asked if he was going away. No, just staying here next to the beach where it’s 30 degrees in the winter. This country is strange.
It was a huge relief to have it running properly again. Any biker will know how it feels when you machine has troubling issues and how it feels to put them behind you.
So I tried to get some spark plugs too but no chance. I even found a dealer with two ...
... other kind of physical punishment?
B: No. Never now! Before we did but not now anymore.
<I asked her if she knows the Hidink, the soccer director.>
A: Do you know Hidink, a soccer director. He is very popular in Korea.
B: Yes, I know. But I'm not much interested in soccer.
A: You know your country, Holland is well known to Koreans. Because of the one famous Holland man, Hamel. His story ...