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... it because there was a full mix of people and none of them had three heads!!
Not feeling a 100% this morning so only felt like some watermelon. Anthony kindly got a few snacks to take with us from the 7-11 next door: Pringles & non-salted raisins (yes I've had salted raisins before in China & Singapore).
Meeting the group started in a small conference room. We were one of the last to arrive and headed for some of the only seats left at the rear of ...
... and treated us to dinner and dessert. The Thai food tends to get a bit spicy. I'm realizing I'm a big baby because no one thinks its spicy except for me. Thankfully white rice is plentiful and will make up most of my diet while I'm here. Dessert was basically a thick piece of french toast soaked in butter and drizzled with honey. Very sweet but good. What a long day. I'm beat and ready to head to the islands tomorrow. Hoping it won't be raining like it did today. Monsoon season is no ...
... the bizarre setting of a roof top and surrounded by high rises. Outside the entrance to the park is a small food court in the mall selling corn, meats on sticks, drinks etc. Being Thai run, once you've paid your entrance fee you can head in and out of the park and they are more than happy for you to go and buy food and bring it back in. It's really fab, and made more so by the amusement park that is on the floor below. It's enchanted forest theme ...
This post rambles and is a mess; apologies. We've said goodbye to Burma (or if you prefer, au revoir to Myanmar). While there I didn't put any blog posts up because a) there are quite strict rules on the sorts of thing one can talk about there (I didn't want to only talk about the good and leave out the bad) and b) the blogging site wouldn't work there (we're not sure whether because it was blocked or it was just a result of the appalling wifi found throughout the ...
... quick nap. I fell asleep around 5:30 and Waynette tried to wake me up and talk about Saturday's trip to Cambodia. I never budged and not until I got up to the bathroom around midnight did we agree to take the train.
That at left at 6 in the morning and made an executive decision to eat the 300Bh we paid for bus (around $10) and take the train.
We set our alarm for 4 am to call a cab and head to the Bangkok train station.
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