S15 Sukhumvit Hotel
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... for my ears help with the descending headaches.
Im sure I'll be given the gears from border services when I return, I hunk a "profile"with them, I think because where I travel to are drug source countries I'll try to wear my sunglasses as I go through. That should work ��
The dreaded 10hour 50 minutes flight is over. My ears and head survived with out the descending pain. I kept the ear plugs in the whole time, not the most comfortable things, but ...
... on the 2nd floor and had big comfy bunk beds with double duvets and air con! The wifi was good and the showers were clean and really nice! There was free shampoo, cotton buds, towels to use a hairdryer. Only a 10 minute walk from Kaoh San Road, we dropped our bags off then went straight out for a Pad Thai for £1! Bargain! We had a look around then went back to the hostel to go to bed.
Total Budget - 1040!
Hotel - 400
Lunch - 400
Tuk Tuk - ...
Half way through today, after I'd already blundered my way through three lessons and been taken to a point and grab lunch with my Thai teacher, I took a moment to pause and reflect. I don't do it often, at least not when I should, and I certainly haven't had the opportunity to think about stuff recently. This is, on the whole, a good thing. It means I'm living for the moment and just taking each day on face value. ...
... before departure, but I can't get my normal seat having to move back one row to 20D.
Eat lunch at the New Siam then walk to the exchange booth that I normally use on Khao San road to change some money. There was a really good rate on offer when I arrived a few weeks back but as I didn't come into town that day I didn't get to take up on it. Today is has dropped back down again and I have to settle for 50.8 whereas it ...
... lake was rather uneven and thus our ride was too.
Well our beast eventually got to the other side and began lumbering back out of the water and onto a path in the jungle. This is where it got interesting. This whole time our driver was casually perched on the neck of this beast, while we sat in style on a small bench strapped atop of the elephant’s back. Our driver easily and gracefully slid off the elephant and pointed at me to jump onto the neck. What? ...