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Not much to report on a day spent travelling. We left Orleans at dawn and negotiated the Paris peak hour traffic slowly and without drama. At CDG we left the cars with Citroen, had a couple of hours in the airport lounge and boarded the A380 just after 1pm. Then it was some food, a lot of movies and not much sleep. No ...
... asleep about 11pm! We thought it might have been the woodworm lol! Sophie wanted to go for a pad Thai but then I remembered that breakfast was laid out downstairs so we had toast instead. Then we finally went to sleep.
Total Budget - 1,311!
Hotel - 400
Tuk Tuk - 60
Wat Arun - 50
Return Boat to Wat Arun - 6
Lunch - 60
Tuk Tuk - 70
Macdonalds - 155
Tuk Tuk - 40
Cinema - 240
Tuk Tuk - 85
Vest - 100
Shop - 45
Today was my first day teaching English classes on my own and it went well! Some of the children in the morning, level 5 classes were misbehaving and were disruptive, but after a couple of warnings and 'The Glare', they soon settled down. Looks like I make quite a good teacher after all! The afternoon classes were brilliant though: we got through all of the work and we even had chance to play two English games at the end; the winners were given sweets that I ...
It was time to go back to being beach bums, our favourite past time of the trip haha! But first we had an overnight bus to catch. We was told to stand next to a bush and wait for the bus, inside the bush and crawling over peoples backpacks were of course rats, so it wasn't the best start for Abbie! It didn't get much better when they put us at the back of the bus on seats that couldn't recline like all the others... So with no chance of ...
... snapping pictures of us and looked disappointed as Jim gave up the driver’s spot. Meanwhile Robert was amused at our antics as he was already on the neck of the beast even before he entered the water on the elephant. Clearly his driver felt that the young man was much more competent than us middle aged city slickers.
I’m not sure if the elephant, our driver, or we were most happy when we were safely deposited back onto the platform we started ...