Sleep Inn Airport Udon Thani
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... We had another travel day. This one started at 7 am and involved two taxi's, one ferry and two flights. We arrived into Udon Thani at around 7 pm - eek. We where only in Udon Thani for a night, as the city is close to the boarder of Laos and our next city Vientiane. So we didn't end up seeing much of the city except for one amazing restaurant and their ...
... type of birds.
But the Ant Larvae that she bought at the market were not destined to grow old in an ant farm. They found their way into a dish mixed with veggies and served on top of rice. We were invited that evening to a fellow teacher’s house for dinner where we were served this dish along with other delicious plates of various curries and chicken soup. The wife currently works at our school and the husband used to work at our school a few ...
... we could wear at night, she also picked up a t-shirt and hoody. We then decided to take the car back to the airport rental firm and got a taxi back to the resort where we spent a relaxed afternoon reading. We spoke with one of the members of staff to arrange some food for the evening as well as a taxi to the airport in the morning. We then went back to the room and relaxed got fed then went to ...
... two song taos (pick up truck w benches... see past entry) for the route I want. I opt for the windowless bus instead, and before I leave my host dad asks:
D: "Are you sure you remember where your school is?"
Me: *Nods head vigorously, trying to prove self with a shiny faced enthusiasm
I think for a minute and before I leave I say:
Me: "I have a bad feeling about this."
Well the long and short of it is that I didn't remember ...
... by my side! We'd planed on chatting some with Silje and Benjamin, so we tried Starbucks right down the block. But they'd also closed. Not wanting to give up, we wandered around, and ended up at a bar called Mr. Tongs. Free wifi! While trying to get our phones connected to the net, we got to meet the one and only Mr. Tong. What a character! A crazy gay guy with lots of energy. Seems like an owner that wants to get to know every costumer that sits down ...