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... prepayment receipt. Same room, semi unpacked, oops sorry mistake, repack, change room. I went off for my, increasingly regular, trip to buy glue, to fix a torn pack and to do some preventative work on the other. My fix! No hat or blouse for me. With better wifi, we edited photos and blogged. By the sound of it we are certainly not the only people with coughs and colds in Thailand. There are preparations for the local flower festival underway. Unfortunately it starts ...
... good, nice and
strong like I like it. After lunch we went and explored Thai Traditional
Medicine, Thai massage, acupuncture, and hot herbal compress. I am not a fan of
such strong herbal smell but I did purchase something for my mom and Aunt
Trisha!! Hope you guys like it!! I do not know how I really feel about natural
remedies because sometimes critical things must be controlled with medicine for
your own safety. One student did get ...
... it represented Thailand very well. Knowing that everything in this mall was unobtainable for the large majority was hard for me to come to terms with. Aj. Debbie pointed out tonight to the group that Thailand seemingly lacks a middle class, and I thought this was a good way to put it. It was difficult for me to be excited to be there because the people I love and know in Thailand could only ever dream of walking through a building so big.
... heeft. Uh.... Oke horseshoe crab kan giftig zijn als je de verkeerde delen eet. Niet alleen giftig maar ook dus dodelijk aha vandaar keken ze allemaal zo raar bij het restaurant. Goed aangezien Len wel last had van zijn maag en darmen gingen we toch voor de zekerheid naar de dokter. Gelukkig niks aan de hand hij had alleen een infectie bij zijn darmen. Kreeg netjes antibiotica mee en we konden weer rustig gaan slapen. Verder die week zijn we naar de ...
... then after about an hour or so, the driver just dropped at a place called Kanchanaburi. God knows where it was, we were told to pay 120 baht each and jump on the bus, it would drop us at South Bangkok bus station, from there we were to get a taxi home. Totally speechless! We are now on that bus, a real bone shaker, we have no idea where we are and how long it will take us to get there. We left the hotel at 6pm, got on the bus at 7.25, ...