Sathorn Terrace Apartment
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... there wasn't really anyone around to witness my sickness.
My room is pretty much as it looked in the photos, just look up Sanctuary house in Bangkok and I have room 2. Because I chose to stay longer , I have a $21 / night rate.
I took some strong pain medicine and went to sleep
It's morning now and still have a headache but no nausea. I'll go to get a Thai SIM card this morning and some food.
I'll look at how my bike faired soon too
... We tried to go in one bar but the bouncer said 'no women' erm ok then! After this we got a tuk tuk back to Kaoh San Road and looked around the stalls, each buying some vests. Me and Sophie tried a woodworm which wasn't too bad! It was absolutely packed and we could hardly move so after going to the top then walking back down, we walked back to the hostel about 1am! Me and Sophie were so hyper we didn't go to sleep until 6am and we had no idea why, Sophie ...
... hour or two. With any luck we won't be called out on Friday, but right now it seems as though every one is ill, so I wouldn't be overly surprised. This evening we just grabbed some microwave meals to take home. Becky is settling in to staying in the room at night, which is not something I will be comfortable with for long, but as it stands I have a lot of writing work to be catching up with so it's probably good ...
... return to room briefly to shower and cool off then walk to Gecko Bar just a few yards along the road for a beer. Cross the road to eat my last street food for a while then go for a walk around the Khao San area before stopping at Gecko on my way back for another beer. it chatting to an Aussie guy at the next table and am sorely tempted to have another beer or three but know how much I would regret it tomorrow so call it a night.
... to go. The ears of the elephant were flopped around his knees. “Palms flat!” There were two bumps on the top of the beast’s head that Jim’s flat palms were supposed to be resting. What?! I watched from my safe seat amused and thankful that I was not struggling with this form of driver training and beast taming.
Finally Jim had had enough and he began inching his way back and hoisted himself back into the seat beside me. Our driver ...