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... before I had to sweep up and put them back in their transport boxes to go back to their cages for the night. Best day ever!!
Total Budget - 4,500!
Volunteer Costs - 4,500 for 4 nights and 3 days
Plus 50 baht for drinks here and there
Day 46 - 22nd May
I am on rescue today and Charlotte is on Cubs. I did practically nothing on Cubs except play with them but Charlotte had to clean loads of monkey cages which she said took ages whilst ...
... did business but its so col and different many tourists have come and now they sell everything and a lot of touristy things as well. There were so many boats you would bump into each other then glide off! It was really neat after our boat ride we were dropped off where we could go shopping. One woman was frying bananas and beside her in a tiny basket was a flying squirrel that she would pet and cuddle it was so cool and probably not very ...
... rain had hit while we were eating (or not eating) and we all got soaked trying to scramble back into the mini buses.
Just over an hour later, we were at Tara B&B. I was feeling horrendous, with my skin being sore to touch, and collapsed on the bed - I was so relieved it was comfy, didn't squeak and had no bugs. We had a shower and I went straight to sleep, hoping the nausea from the heat and lack of hydration would be cured in the ...
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.
... the lack of horsepower to pull heavy weight. They had areas where locos could move to secondary tracks to change locos and stage rolling freight.
I showed the group the bamboo trees and in particular some examples of the bamboo spikes. Occasionally these spikes were hollow and brilliantly utilised by the allied Doctors as hypodermic needles – clever. Over 1500 blood transfusions were performed in Nong Pladuk 'hospital' alone.