The AETAS bangkok
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... show started. All of a sudden he yelled "Wazoo!" which signaled to Full Moon to blast me with water. That was fun until about the 9th time when my contacts couldn't take it anymore. I surrendered rather quickly. Next up was the rodeo. I held on tight to her ears and wrapped my legs around her neck. This was insanely difficult to stay on! She vigorously swung her head from left to right. I lasted only 2 seconds (lame, I know). The women's record was 10! Then it ...
... I tried one of those fish foot massages today. That was just crazy! They all go bananas as soon as you put your feet down the tub. I was fine not looking at them but it freaked me out a bit looking at them all nibbling at my toes and legs. At the moment we are on a bus going from Bangkok to Pak Chong. It's another place in Thailand that is famous for its national park, Khao Yai. It's only a 2 and a half hour bus ride away. I hope I will get to see some tigers and ...
Tour out to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Such a different experience, cruising around this complex that's built along a network of canals, where you are sitting back side, legs and all on the base of this boat. Floating past stalls, where the vendor hauls you in using a stick that has a hook on the end - should you have shown even a remote interest in the ...
... stop is a vegetarian sushi restaurant for our 'starters'. Amazing how they can make prawns that taste and have the texture of the real thing. Then on to a newly opened Spanish owned place in China Town where we have a giant tumbler full of gin (from Minorca) and tonic and pizzas. We succumb to hailing two taxis to take us all back to Jamie's where we retire for the night. Jamie changes for work and he the young'uns go out to ...
... as a macro photographer, and given that fish et al. flee at the sight of a camera cautiously or suddenly appearing at the window, depending on my tactic on each attempt. Disaster struck when my camera died just before I got to the sharks (I'm sorry Eva! I have dishonoured you) so I didn't get any photos of what I was really paying for. Instead I meandered through the tank tunnel as the sharks swam above my head, wondering how they got them down there. ...