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Within maybe a minute, perhaps two, of getting out of bed Kirsty had plugged her iPod into my speaker and put her Christmas album on. Slade shouted out "IT'S CHRISTMAS" just in case we had forgotten. Dean Martin sang "Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow" while Frank suggested "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas".
This is followed by …
Twas the day before Christmas. A cool breeze blew (from the air conditioning unit), the ground glistened in what looked like snow (but was actually sand), and a rustling sound could be heard from the roof (probably the Gecko).
After a night back on Terra firma our stomachs were back to normal, and after a nice cooked breakfast spirits were …
That's not a phrase I use often. But, on this occasion, OH MY GOD!
The last couple of days have been... Interesting.
Yesterday, when we were in Krabi, besides from it raining most of the day, I was massacred by either a particularly hungry mosquito, or a wild pack of mosquitoes whilst at dinner. They took chunks out of my back, …
... Nirvana when he died. It was appropriate for me to go temple watching. At one time four hundred glittering temples stood proudly in Ayuthaya and it was one of the most dazzling and dynamic cities in Asia. The city fell into ruin after the invading Burmese army looted and pillaged Ayutthaya in the last of the battles in 1767. The ruins are being restored and it is now a World Heritage site. Chris lent me a push bike and I hit the streets in baking hot sun. I went to the ...
... before we went off to hire some bikes to go round the other temples on the island today. No mountain bikes on offer so we had to get the usual “wish you were here” bikes complete with bell and basket on the front. Still, not being put off by our image, we set off to the temples. We had to pass through some of the town centre which involved dodging dogs, stalls, other bikes and general traffic, which was fun! Our first temple we visited was Wat Mata ...