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Day 18 We woke up from a long sleep this morning thinking that we had beaten jet-lag and were ready for a day of sight-seeing. When we actually got up and checked the time, we realised that it was 11.00am! We had to be out of our room by midday so it was a bit of a rush but we managed it. Having left our bags in a locked room at the hotel, we decided to head straight for the Grand Palace. It was only a twenty minute walk away through a lovely park. ...
... of what I am experiencing moment by moment. My world is about to change dramatically. I think this presence is the way I prepare myself for the loss of familiarity I'm about to experience once I hop off the plane in Delhi!! Present, yes... though simultaneously swirling in a state of cold steely fear, and wild anticipation. Feeling very alive.
Hmmmm. Just realized. This is a big part of why I travel. To feel this alive!
Alright... time to sign out and continue purging.
So started off the day sleeping in slightly, sleeping on and off trying to get bodies to this time. Went out and ate at a street food place. They are everywhere here. Just tarped up shacks for shade where they cook you local food, weird set up but cool and easy to find food. We took the sky train and metro from the hostel last night to get into the centre of Bangkok. Walked around slowly attempting to ...
... along urban highways.
3) Island hopping trip, El Nido, Philippines - the indignity of being towed
across lagoons by the guide.
1) Travel kettle, beakers and beverage supplies, and the cool bag they
travel in (specially when there's no fridge).
2) Wind up torch.
3) Bags that can be backpacks when the going gets tough.
2) Sundry T shirts.
Day 8 - morning
Day 2 - Indochina Encompassed tour
This morning's itinerary with the group called for an hour long of "long boat ride" on Bangkok’s famous canals or klongs as they’re referred to in Thailand!
Since we were told to be ready for 7:30am, I was up and running even earlier ...