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... Things we learned today about temples and etiquette: -shoes off, always -women have legs and shoulders covered (you'll notice Kate has a sweater on...that is for respect, not temp. Heat index was 104 degrees today). Should also note that a Thai guide helped Kate appropriately tie her wrap. Evidently she was it was tied too scandalously to (slit on side) to enter.. - point your feet away from Buddha - don't touch anyone's head (it's the holiest of places). And also don't put things ...
Most amazing thing I've ever experienced was feeding the elephants today!! There were 4 huge elephants that came for a swim in the river with us. We were given a bucket of bananas to feed them and then washed them in the water and got to climb on them and have a little walk around. They were so much bigger when you were on top of them but it ...
... it only took a few minutes for dad to come upstairs and wake me up from my 'sleep.' I got ready slowly because I was still a bit tired and by the time I had finished breakfast, it was time to go. Dad wanted to go to I.T City ( instead of it being I.T for computers I changed it to ' Isabella Trigwell City) so we went down the road and jumped in the closest taxi we could find. It was a long taxi drive but eventually we got ...
We arose at 4:20am and were escorted by a tuk tuk to the £1, 6 hour train that was to take us to the Cambodia boarder. Everything went remarkably smoothly and quickly so having left loads of time to work out complicated Thai signposts, we found ourselves a good 40 minutes early for the train. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise as the train turned out to be stuffed full and left many of the less ...
... the previous trip as the same bus company ran it, but it turned out to be a little old blue bus that was already jam-packed. There was no room underneath for packs, so they went up the front and there was room for us somehow, a ticket lady pulling out bench seats in the middle of the aisle, same as several other backpackers. I was seated next to couple of little old Thai ladies, a French guy, a Thai woman and her little boy. I was only half on the seat so it was an uncomfortable ...