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... break, and a kind old man with two kids on his scooter stopped to see if we were okay, obviously English was not too good, so resulted in us pointing to our legs and stretching. Rechecked back in to pong pheng..they just laughed at us. Decided to go to meat and cheese for supper. I had some salmon carpaccio which was really nice and a lamb chop. B had the cheese and ham mozzarella balls and pepper steak. We decided to go for a massage after this. We thought we would try a body scrub ...
... was done standing up, on small bamboo rafts, with us guiding it along with long bamboo shoots. The river wasn't deep at all, as we were in their dry season and it was very low. Some of the other rafts capsized - on purpose - but I had our guide think our camera wasn't waterproof, so he didn't topple ours. It was great fun and half an hour later, we were back where we started.
We climbed back into the sheep-transporters and were bounced to a ...
... up to Chiang Mai the same evening. However, my train to Bangkok was delayed by 5 hours (meaning I would arrive in Bangkok at 03:00 in the morning) and the next train to Chiang Mai I could get a ticket for wasn't for another 3 days. Which means another 3 days of Bangkok. The words of the whale "Oh No, not again" could not be more appropriate.
That is for next time, in the meantime that will do for this entry, toodlepip.
From Your Stupid Boy Abroad,
What do you do to make things more interesting when waiting those tedious hours in line to get through security, customs immigration and the like? Well family decided lining up together was just too boring. Bingo ... A new game. We all took different lines to see who gets through the quickest. First immigration where passports are checked then on to the baggage X-ray lines.
... and night.
It has been reported there were 68 murders in HFP. One Aussie chap we visited in Kanburi War Cemetery. Generally Japanese Guards or Engineers would lash out with iron bars or rocks etc to the men. I showed the clients one area that was shown to me by Rod Beattie (OAM) where there is a secondary track heading off to the cliff face. This track was used to remove rock from the cutting. It was also used by the guards as ...