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... stall for Kao Soi again. We went through a tonne of photos at the internet cafe and it was a really productive couple of hours. Before heading back we bought our much loved choco lavas as well as bread for the morning. We also got a new jar of jam as the last one was finished, and are very much looking forward to some good old strawberry jam tomorrow. Once back we turned Cat's washing, wiped the stuff off our bed and crashed out. It has been a tiring but fantastic couple of days.
... never asked and the ones he didn't were all over him haha - he is now married however when we were asking him about the ladyboy culture in Thailand he told us he had tried it for a bit but decided it wasn't for him - buying all the makeup was too expensive! People here have the saying "Never try, never know." Although many ladyboys are in the sex industry there are many more who have normal jobs. He told us that in Thailand if your son is a ladyboy families often see it as a blessing ...
... globe! Bri explains that postage is relatively cheap from Thailand and so shipping quality products home is an option for tourists…relieved that the husband won’t have to mule the burden further than the local post office I silently start writing a gifts list in my head for my own nearest and dearest…window shopping never hurt a backpackers budget right?
So having witnessed Thailand’s heritage of being a trader’s paradise to be ...
... we went down to the waters edge to help wash the baby elephants, they are just like naughty children; squirting water and running around. After lunch we set off on a trek to a local village for our overnight location. We walked through jungle paths and over hills for about two hours, in the afternoon heat of 38 degrees. We reached the Palong village of Pang Hoo nestled in a valley where the villagers ...
... become a full on war with water, with hundreds of thousands of Thais roaming the streets with buckets and water pistols, soaking anyone they encounter.
We started the day with one of Jaa's amazing breakfast waffles. Unfortunately, she had to stay to run the cafe so Kate, Paul and I, now locked and loaded, bundled into the jeep to be dropped in town. Our first mission was to drop off a delivery of Jaa's cakes without getting wet. Every few hundred yards into town there ...
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loved the pool- hang out with the unfriendly Euros!
stay in the new section
great buffet breakfast
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