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... of the other team were waiting for me, so we kept each other in check for a minute or two. I managed to cover the right flank and at the same time the middle of the arena by checking over the inflatable on the left side of me when I saw that the left was clear, I jumped the inflatable to my left and pushed the two "enemies" into cover together further down the right flank, when they were both together I just ran for it and managed to get them both at the same time. Now I had to run ...
... us. Our guide kept shouting 'Oh my Buddha' in fake surprise every time a wave of muddy water came my way from his suspicious direction. What an incredibly close encounter. Then after the baking heat of the day. Rain. That smell of rain on concrete that takes me back to english summer days. I'm enjoying having more freedom to choose how long we stay and where we go next. It's exciting not knowing where we'll be in 2 days time. Note to self, go back to north Thailand to visit ...
... of mainly street vendors mixed
with super markets, a quality Japanese department store, food courts, and lots of
electronics stores. We went into the sound room labelled BOSE and watched a demo
of how much better and richer our TV would sound if we got the Bose TV sound bar,
just one plug into to the TV. We found a Teppanyaki place and watched the chef cook
our tenderloin steak and veggies, and talked to ...
... on a motorcycle in 50 years, let
alone racing along on the wrong side of the street (I've never gotten used to driving on
The woman had a wok and threw some cut up tofu and oil in, then noodles, a blob of
seasoning, a squirt of water from a water bottle, then add bean sprouts, dried shrimp,
chili if desired, a few other things I didn't recognize. At the end she pushed the Pad
Thai to the side, ...
... from greedy factory owners who would employ them for a pittance. In order to save the home weaving industry they want home weavers to produce one million three hundred thousand scarves- one for every person in Roi Et - the scarves take a competent weaver one day to make and are sold for the equivalent of £3. £2 goes to the weaver and £1 to cover costs. Presumably this incredibly tiny amount of money is better than the factory rates. He/she gives me ...