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... group sat in the bed of this truck, no cover or benches, to go up the mountain in the pouring rain. The rest of our group was situated in the other truck, a 1988 black Nissan truck with two benches placed in the bed. About 10 minutes after we began the drive up, one of the benches broke and everyone sitting on that bench was tossed about the truck bed like Mexican jumping beans, and relied solely on only a small flimsy metal bar to hold them sturdy without falling ...
... of mozzies with a clear lack of respect for other peoples personal space! Anyway if we ever get to Bangkok the plan is to get a flight straight to Cambodia for a week or so but at this rate I'll probably have killed myself by then anyway so who even cares anymore. (For any clever ****ers reading this, there's obviously no wifi on this vehicle of hell so I'm writing this now to distract myself from my burning insides and will post it on the wifi at the airport ...
... 8217;s had in her life! Home made cornchips and everything! It really was delicious. After dinner we thought we’d give the night bazaar markets another go. There were a few more little nik-naks we wanted to get and its about $1 each to get a tuk tuk anywhere around Chiang Mai so why not?! We’re back at our hotel now and ready for bed. We’re heading back to Phuket tomorrow for our last night in Thailand!
... upper berth, with no view from the window, I have no idea what Northern Thailand looks like so I am going to guess. Elephants everywhere. Elephants on the roads and in the fields. Elephants in the trees and driving the cars. And a rainbow elephant riding a golden tuk tuk is king here. Now Harry is questioning what was in his soggy bread... So we arrive in Chiang Mai and with little undue stress Harry finds a taxi to take him to his hostel, a friendly little ...
... setting in the morning (I didn't mention how I find Daniel's constant talking/guiding distracting :p). I told her I find it easier to meditate when I'm alone in the library. I asked her if I should meditate in a setting I find easy to meditate or if I should keep on pushing myself in a difficult place. She said to keep trying in the group meditation because if I resort to the library, it's like developing an attachment for a certain setting when ...