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... market pet vendors. I guess it could be compared to like the outdoor Mall of America. We moseyed around for an hour just taking in all the sights pretty much just wondering aimlessly. After awhile we came across the food market hub and decided to grab some grub. Delicious and cheap (around $4 for pad Thai with shrimp, Thai iced tea, and mango white rice) I think it's going to be hard going back to the states and purchasing Thai food. After lunch we were set on finding ...
... because I was in the pool riding the waves! David had to run in because he had been sitting out on deck reading.
It was quite choppy too, not what we class as rough but certainly rougher than it has been all cruise. I don't think it is rough until the bottles in the bars are being strapped down for safety!
Little little had a big few nights. She has met a lovely couple who used to be Mackams ...
... a lot hate it, we fall into the other category and love it. Well we did love it, up until now.
As we've spent many nights in Bangkok in the past we didn't feel it necessary to explore too much. It was too hot anyway. So, other than a quick tuk tuk ride to the Indian embassy to get our visas for our next country we idled our time around Khao Sanh Road. Not that we might need the visas anymore. We may be coming home sooner than planned. David's just not the same since ...
... finally gave up and walked to our dinner date with Kheng, Kuba and Khengs mother Dolly.
Kheng is my cousin Jodi's ex boyfriend and current business partner in Thailand. Moe and I met Kuba throw him as he is also a farang living and working in Thailand.
over dinner we discussed the coup and what it meant for us farang.
Having lived through a coup already themselves Kheng and Kuba did not seem to phased by the situation reminding us that ...
... for only 3 days later to reduce our time here. Everything at the train station ran smoothly, as did the stop off at the post office to post some of our purchases/warm clothes home! On the way back to the hotel we passed the dreaded ATM and saw men dismantling it!! I said to them that my card was inside, they pointed inside the bank, we went inside, and there was my card! So lucky that I got my currency card back! Back at the hotel we checked ...