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... 8217;s 11 of us so we hire a songthaew (local transport so named because it has two benches in the back to sit on – song thaew means two planks in Thai) to take us to where we’re going – an unusually-named restaurant called Cabbages and Condoms! The place was set up to promote AIDS and contraception awareness, and all the profits go to local charities and schools. It’s a little off the beaten track, but turns out to be a ...
... sleeping rough on the streets. Preparing for the night ahead we were randomly approached by a kind, English speaking lady who obviously noticed our despair. Before we knew it we were swept off to her sisters guesthouse, a comforting, albeit basic room. After a good nights sleep we decided we had seen our quota of pitiful, balding, overweight men and so briskly made our way to the bus station, destination: ...
... be initially greeted with communication issues, even when we all performed passable monkey impressions. We even saw a monkey scrambling over the rooftops and pointed to him, but still were faced with black expressions. Finally we tried our luck at a small shop and finally struck lucky as the large lady whipped on her bike helmet as her daughter, with baby in arms, jumped onto the back of her bike and indicated that we should follow her. Within a few hundred metres ...
... Kong to let him know I could no longer get together with him for lunch, as planned. His reply? "You'd do anything to get out of lunch with me ..."
I spent the last night in Bangkok at a hotel close to the airport. Went for a last trip to the city. After returning to my hotel room from the midnight market, I realized my wallet was gone. Either I left it somewhere or someone really talented managed to get it from my pocket. It’s a good thing I lost it just a few ...
... and games with the younger kids; this afternoon will consist of Converstaional English with the adults. On Monday at the volunteer meeting we were told about the upcoming commemoration of the death of Father Ray, which begins Sunday at 7am with a photo of all the staff, students and volunteers (apparently it has to be done before it is too sunny) and culminates the following Sunday with a celebratory concert at Central Festival (the ...