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... bit and decided that we should exchange Facebook info in hopes of meeting later that evening. And so off I went to explore Bangkok. As my sister's friend Chris pointed out after I posted my first picture on Facebook when I got on the plane..."Thieves and pickpockets everywhere. White dude with a giant backpack is a nice target". Well I did a bit of research and have been careful but I will admit that there is no hiding that I am a tourist. The part the I love most is ...
... happier to engage in trying to help one. We ate in one such place, chicken with cashew nuts, while a rather dismal tutor tried to engage a small Thai boy with the joys of George's Marvellous Medicine. Thursday 30th October Armed with our purchased soap powder Roz tackled the washing machine. We breakfasted on poached eggs on toast and later listened to the Today Programme. The Ex Pat life but without any servants. After the ...
... guy of the group was funny, self-deprecating and genuinely seemed interested in our advice. The 4 girls accompanying him had the combined personality of a spoon, refused to use the toilets as they weren't up to their standards, sat with their legs akimbo without realising and started discussing fashion. Our feeling is that he will love it, but those girls are gonna have a bad time. We drunkenly realised the time was after 2pm, and left the group with Tracey whilst we checked in ...
... and relaxing after a very heavy day of travelling. I think we are both glad we were to Bangkok instead of staying closer to the port but it was a shame we could not see more of the city. Just means we will be coming back here too!
Two sea days now and then we will be in Shanghai. I am hoping for some free wifi at the Shanghi hotel because then I will post the videos I took. The one of the tuk-tuk ride is a must see! lol.
Ta ta for now. xxxxxx
... I ordered this as our mild option and it nearly blew Claire's socks off! (Just reading through with my editor-in-chief cap on and would like to point out that I wasn't wearing any socks, but my tongue did go numb!)
23. Your pound goes a long, long way. With an exchange rate of £1=55 Thai Bhat, it is easy to get a meal for two with soft drinks for less than £10, including a hefty tip for the waitress.
24. They sell Claire's 'Made ...