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... on, but he gave me the impression that it was time to go! As we prepared to leave we were joined by a woman, or a man, however you want to look at it! She explained that she had been taking hormone pills since she was 6, had her thingy removed and asked us to feel her boobs. Anton, feeling slightly petrified by her flirty behaviour explained that he likes women and in her defence she said 'I am woman, I just cannot give baby'. She did have a point! We found a ...
... up, although I don't know why. I somehow managed to fall asleep in a bar on Soi 7 with Am nowhere to be found... So woke up at 3 am, found a bar and ordered pizza which a moped taxi went and got. Woke in the morning needing Cookies and some sort of English breakfast which I'll go along to Steve's at his premiership bar down Soi Diane, that's also where Davey boy is staying so ill try catching up with ...
Headed down to Pattaya for two days. Pattaya is a beach city know for its bustling walking street. This town is unlike any other I have ever seen and the Walking Street really lives up to its name. Its a spectacle. Taxis run in large rectangular patterns and look more like empty out pick up trucks. They honk and if you want in you jump in. There is a "door bell" and once pressed the driver will stop and let you out. ...
... say we were just a group travelling together, this was for insurance purposes, and all travel through Europe was ‘free’
(I don’t know if we were insured during this time)
It was certainly not what I expected in the first hour of the trip starting, whenever I have visited places I have never been to, I have always had a guide of some kind, this company does things differently, a LOT different
Our driver adhered to all the traffic regulations ...
... asphalt, but even at a hardly life threeatening 40 kilometres an hour, it was a scary enough incident. Shelley's dad came to the rescue in the pick up, into which we threw the stricken scooter before driving back out for dinner. My experimentation with Thai food has been fairly limited, although I have always eaten food hot enough to result in a daily nuclear colonic irrigation from top-down, and I again sought to play safe,ordering 'fried egg, basil and meat' in what ...