Ploy Palace Hotel
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... and came over for a chat during the evening.
Several of the neighbours came over too. The lady across the road, brought her pug dog over to Des and asked him to examine its hernia. Des has no idea why she thought he had any medical knowledge at all, and she was a bit put out when Des would not give a diagnosis of the pug.
... out we’ve been roped into dancing in funny costumes again...
Prathom 4 on Friday were the first class to start their international day posters. We were really pleased with them as it’s hard to get any creativity out of them. Pupils in Thailand copy of the board a lot and aren’t happy thinking up ideas for themselves! After a bit of encouragement we had a few nice posters to choose from. Our display is slowly coming together!
... bruised and poor Crombot got battered! It took 2 hours in total in the back of the truck. See the video for a preview of about 30 seconds. It was like that the whole way!
When we finally reached a good road and got Crombot off the back of the truck the side panel had been smashed and the battery and all its wiring was hanging out. It had also suffered some major scratches down the side :-(. We got off at a roadside town so there was a place nearby to get Crombot fixed ...
... by the morning's events that he disappeared to get some alone time. It's tough having the only bike that works! I was having my own drama as they didn't have a gasket for my bike and the exhaust had cracked open and was almost breaking apart. The **** mechanic in Vientiane had fixed it on wrongly causing it to tear the metal of the exhaust. They decided to cut a gasket from a car's gasket to fit my bike and weld the exhaust, so without options I said yes, mentally ...
... we drive through the countryside that this is a really rural place. It's not like rocking up in Bangkok or Saigon at near midnight and hoping to get a bed somewhere. It gets later and later on the bus, yet, of course, we still stop for dinner in a barn somewhere. We try to peel the prawns on our plate but we are informed that this is neither possible or necessary. Our Vietnamese friend tells (and demonstrates) that we're meant to eat the whole ...