Silver Sand Villa
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... were also very rough looking and whilst a few had no tops on there was nothing to show.The most interesting bit about this bar was the old mans reaction when the girls came near him waving his money around like a mad man. We then went to a bar to watch Arsenal Liverpool with a few bottles of Chang.
Jumped on a public bus back to Bangkok train station ready to head to Chiang Mai.
... world along with looking at local markets and things.
Wednesday night, we went out again to meet other travellers and explore places around our hotel. I ate street food, where you they kind of cook food on the side of the street and have plastic table and chairs to eat from. I paid 30 bhat (About 60p) for a meal of noodles in soup and dumplings, but to be honest it was pretty disgusting, so I had to put loads of chilli on it to make it edbile. Gotta try these ...
... with our Bahts. Not much luck.
Back on the ship. Had lunch together with the 6 of us – burgers, etc. Then I tried to do some laundry. Unfortunately too many others had the same idea. Then Bob and I played “Mexican train” domino with Ira and Fran till about 5pm. After that I was able to do my laundry.
Tonight the 6 of us had dinner at the French restaurant “Signal”. It was pretty good – good service, good food, ...
... drinking session on Saturdays) but I am so happy here, I just like chilling out and doing what ever I feel like. (Mum has already said - hmm we will see how long it will last for!)
I have found out my schedule is teaching English every morning to the day care kids, spending the afternoon at the school for blind children, taking adults with physical disabilities swimming on Mondays and Fridays and then Saturdays are spent at the childrens village and childrens ...
... on the island must be fairly poor. We finally made it to the range and it was not what I was used to and exactly what I expected. Safety standards were non-existent and the few guns on offer were as poorly maintained as the bikes. Marcin went first and chose a rifle, a Sig Sauer 552. He didn’t realise it was just a sporting conversion with a 22lr sleeve and was about as exciting as throwing pebbles at a lake. To give him credit he hit most of the ...