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... home at Koh NangYuan Island confirms that I have found paradise in Thailand. The island is made up of 3 ‘mountains’ which are all connected by a stretch of white sand. A short walk up too many stairs to view point and the views are breathtaking, islands and ocean as far as the eye can see, how lucky a world we live in!!
My time at Koh Tao is short spent, but well worth it. Another day of travel (ferry and bus) and I am back in Bangkok. My first night/day ...
... find our way up and down the river successfully, but also helped out a German young lady. She was not very organised and had no Baht only US dollars, and a credit card without her PIN number. She was going to ring her parents so they could get the PIN for her. We felt sorry for her long suffering parents. Luckily we were able to point out a money exchange booth and she was happily on her way to being able to eat again. Such are the pitfalls of being young and not doing all your ...
... San Road for some chow and then back to the Cozy House in a tut tut (for the first time ever) for the Man Utd game before bed. Well that was the intention until the Chelsea game came on. So we were up until 1am with just a couple of hours kip, not bad. Although we have an early start tomorrow for our sight seeing tour planned by ...
... plans for us, but after 5 hours on our feet, we made her bring us back to
the hotel. Sue rested for a couple of hours, but finally got up enough energy to go to
the Bangkok Arts and Culture Center. I was so unsure about the metro that I took a
taxi out there for Baht 400 ($13).
I loved the museum. The bottom 4-6 floors were various artsy shops, a gotta go back
to ice cream shop, photograph displays, a jewelry ...
... it with all her might and I thought he was going to pass out! We paid and he decided he needed another drink after that.
We located spring rolls further down the street and queued up for my not-so-midnight snack. An Australian couple were standing next to us and we struck up a conversation. The guy was an engineer, in the same field as Edd, and the girl was a drama teacher. What were the odds?! The best part about it was that they lived in Melbourne. Edd and ...