The Rest and Be Thankful Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... world? Big question, if not a long one! But a good question nonetheless. Why not?! I have nothing to run away from so that bit was easy to answer. But escape....now there's a thought :-) I predict that, although I will enjoy this experience, I will understand and begin to appreciate the brilliance and freedom we experience in the UK compared to other countries even though we take it for ...
I have been planning this trip for a long time - working out how to organise the business, look after my house, pay for the trip and make sure the kids are ok to planning where to go, visas required and jabs (ouch...) but I didn't foresee this last bit as being such an emotional turmoil. It is really strange. Time is flying by and it will soon be time to pick up my one back pack and toddle off. Tonight is the last night I spend in my house. Tom and I move ...
We come well rested and prepared. We know it is going to be a big weekend. The question is are we ready for it? I have my newly acquired All Blacks Jersey nicely tucked away in my bag.
It is a girls weekend with Kathryn, Jenni and Trina. We jump on our super cheap 5 pound bus Cardiff-bound. The bus ride feels like an age and the tension builds. We check into our hostel and Kathryn spots one of the All Blacks in the Hilton foyer. There is a pre-game event at the Walkabout ...
... thrilled to do it after the video, especially Sophie! It was definitely an uphill battle to convince them (and myself) that the video can't be that bad! We went to the ticket shop and hoped they were going to reassure us that it wasn't as bad as we thought... Turns out they weren't great sales people, instead we faffed outside for ages, until we bit the bullet and booked it. No body else was booked on it, so we thought we were in a better ...
... we made our way to a taxi rank. In both Bangkok and Koh Samui there were taxi ranks that you could go too. In Koh Phangang it was again a free for all; well a free for all with taxi's that were actually there. There didn't seem to be many people on sight. Eventually we got in the back of a pick up truck basically. It was open backed and the 8 of us just squeezed in with our bags, however they are meant to fit 10 people in them apparently. I don't know how but they are. ...