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... my bathroom and bed feeling like absolute death but at least thankful I wasn't in the Purple Monkey bungalow with outdoor shared bathrooms with a non western toilet.
Mid sickness I was looped in on a facebook thread between my original group of Pai friends and discovered that 7 out of 8 of them had all got sick around the same time as well. This was oddly comforting to me to know I wasn't alone but still sucked nonetheless. I had planned to do ...
... off- only to be told there was no alcohol on sale anywhere due to a Buddhist festival. In our religion, alcohol is God and everyday is a holy day to worship him- this was sacrilege! In the evening we had some of the tastiest food we'd had in Thailand so far at a street vendor then had an early night due to the alcohol ban.
... than you, I'll wait for an opportunity and then pass." Second, toilet paper can't go in the toilet, so most bathrooms have a handy-dandy spray nozzle hose within arms reach. It's colloquially referred to as a "bum gun." Like those old school nozzles that used to come with sinks. These hoses are AWESOME. I want one back in the states. Third, Thailand is not quite as cheap as people make it out to be. I know it's partially a combination of the particular places ...
... so hungry. After the springs, we wanted to go somewhere else, but seeing as our time here is limited, we decided to go and see the nearest attraction. It was the Pai Canyon, about 2 km away. We most definitely walked the longest way though because it took us around an hour, and we walked all the way round. Although I was wearing flip flops and had a heavy bag pack, the walk was actually surprisingly fun and we did really enjoy it. It was nice to see the ...
... a Chang on our 1st night, then met some cool Canadians, and the next thing we were drinking buckets in a funky secret bar! The next day after realising that to see anything in Pai you need a scooter (neither Sarah or I felt brave enough for that), we just chillaxed and recovered from the night before. Frank and Rubin, from our trek, also made into Pai, so we ...
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