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... beats the pain of not pressurizing. The plane had a lot of East Indians on it. About 60-70% I think. The real fun part was the screaming and crying kids, pretty much for the whole trip. Airlines should come up with a special sounds proof room for those ones, part of travel I guess, but .....
a couple of meals on the flight, one with beer and one wine, I took some pills to sleep but it was too noisy.
No problems through Chinese customs. One more leg to go.
... Dinner - 140
Day 100 - 11th July
A lovely nights sleep all snuggled in my duvet, we got up at 12pm and made plans for the day. As I had already been to the grand palace we agreed that Sophie and Charlotte would go and I would go to a different Temple called Wat Arun and meet back at the hostel at 2pm. We got a tuk tuk and then I had to get a boat across the river, literally opposite, for 3 baht. The temple had scaffolding all around it which ...
... no comparison, no arbitrary emotions, no past regrets. At the same time it means I don't always appreciate just what is happening. Taking things at face value can be a very basic act that is neither good nor bad. It just is. In this moment of peace, sweating profusely due to the intense heat (and perhaps because I had spooned more than enough sweet chilli sauce on to my rice), I considered my history with ...
... 53Bht to 1GBP just those few weeks ago. I blame the Greeks and their problems dragging the rest of Europe down, even the GBP which isn't of course directly connected with Euro, still ... I return to guest house stopping at 7/11 for a snack, coffee and a bottle of water to take back to the room where a cooling shower and the aircon awaits. Apparently it was 37 degrees when we landed in Bangkok this morning, it is probably ...
... 8217;t think so! This was clearly part of the prescribed tour as our driver became quite insistent. Maybe someone has to sit up front or the animal would take off; I don’t know?! Jim came to my rescue and said he would do it; easier said than done. Jim gradually worked his way onto the neck as the elephant continued his journey through the jungle, and the driver kept shouting instructions. "Move up, move up". Is he kidding?? Jim felt he was as far forward as ...