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... in it. We told her all about the Burmese axe mark in the door and everything.
Then we went to the sunrise beach just because we could. There we had 'lunch' on the beach. Vic ordered it and they laughed at my inability to order. We had a fried shrimp paste thing (tasted like scampi), a plate of squid and a plate of battered prawns and squid. It was nice to have seafood on the beach. As we ...
... making the mixture into flowers in cups. They looked really pretty. The general mixture for these Phetchaburi treats is young coconut, coconut milk, flour and rice with either white sugar or Palm sugar. This varys slightly per sweet though.
Another lady in that room was making what looked like baklava but was in fact strands of egg yolk which were being poured into a vat of boiling sugar and coconut milk mixture via a special dish with holes in, this ...
... it and get a picture but apparantly it hides and only comes out at night. After this we had to go out again as Gayoon had to teach a group some English with one of the Americans from her school and she invited me along to help out.
The American led the class and was teaching them chores around the house. It was a really nice group and I felt very welcomed. I helped with their activity which was questioning and answering questions of English ...
... or two to stop off before Bangkok became our favourite city in Thailand so far, we have ended up staying right through the week, mainly the excellent food options and hospitable vibe has kept us here.
After five nights we really have to leave today, our fight to Yangon leaved tomorrow morning, its so early we will just sleep/rest in the Airport, we now have 18hrs to kill and get there.
This time I know how much it costs before I get on the bus.
... Weapons (Tomfas and Swords),
d. Thai Wedding,
e. Thai dancing (after the wedding) etc.
Was a good show and very colourful. The 'Saints Go Marching In' sounds good Thai style. Mentioned to Neil I will bring the Collingwood score sheet next time for them to practice. LOL.
Back on the bus and we are headed for Bangkok. We did good time to get to the hotel, but I suppose it was Sunday and the traffic lighter. Everyone squeezed into a ...