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... and walked around the hospital a bit having a look. He is feeling really very well - we are now waiting for the return date ( I am sure I am repeating myself as that is the only thing we are focused on!!!!!)
Bob has just spoken with Dr Raman (turban) - he assured Bob thst all reports have been sent to the Insurance compsny. He was going to follow it up to confirm categorically. So we now wait on paper work. ...
... industry blossomed. He was an avid collector of Thai antiques and textiles and he built a teak house on the banks of a klong ( canal) in Bangkok , based on Thai traditional designs. However the story doesn't have a happy ending , and at the height of his success and good fortune, Jim Thompson disappeared while taking a walk before dinner in the jungle of the Cameron Highlands in Malaysia. He was taking a holiday with some friends in their colonial bungalow, escaping from the heat ...
Another leisurely breakfast and papers. Less of a workout to get the bag locked-maybe due to leaving two t-shirts behind? Taxi to the airport at 11am (B400). Traffic not too bad going in our direction. Air Asia flight FD3207. 1.55pm-3.15pm. Bag drop worked well apart from obnoxious french men trying to push through. Seats 19B&C. Flight quite busy and running a little late-lasted about an hour and a quarter. Easy to get transport-kiosk at the airport where we booked the taxi,paid ...
... I suggest bringing your own.
The sleeper car was fully occupied. Behind us a young (parents in there thirties) family of four from Holland. To our left opposite a middle aged German couple. Other nearby passengers were a couple of young single Asian girls. Other passengers who passed us were middle aged European men.
The single track to Chiang Mai means that you stop in sidings from time to time in ...
... station we ended up in the train station so we hopped on a train headed roughly in the right direction. When the train stopped we started walking based on our very ****** tourist map. After just a few minutes a Thai man started talking to us about the topiary elephants and how he likes elephants. We chat for a minute while he tells us he's on his way to teach Thai boxing. The whole time I'm trying to figure out if he's just friendly or if it's some sort ...