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- Continental Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a gulp from the glass and said, "I feel fine."
"No, no, too much, too much.", yelled the barman who then started counting down in Thai as if he was about to launch a rocket from Cape Canaveral.
"Sip, kao, paet, chet, hok, ha, si, sam, song, nueng, sun. Houston we have ignition, we have lift-off. God's speed Video Girl!", cheered Slops.
In an effort to provide sound data to record this research experiment it ...
An early start knowing that we had 165km to ride. Pop drove us to the finishing point from the last day and we set off at a good pace. We stopped for coffee at a great little place that opened up for us. Amazing espresso - the beauty of Thailand is that it always surprises you!
The hills weren't actually that bad and we made good progress at a good pace. Lunch was at a petrol station and we just kept going reaching Bangsak Village at about 4.30. Long day ...
... and booked our airport transfer for 3.00pm on Thursday.
At 4.00pm Gary and Talon walked me to the spa rooms as I was bound to get lost. How glorious you get presented with a glass of coconut juice and a cold face washer and then led into a private room where I quietly laid reading my kindle whilst a nice Thai lady massaged my legs and feet. Very relaxing indeed. I look forward to my next one on Monday.
Whilst I was at my massage it all became too ...
... from Bangkok, and that had been delayed.
We hung around in the little shopping plaza and watched the comings and goings at all the other little businesses there, the most fascinating being “Lady Boy Academy Hairdresser”. There was no mistaking the proprietor as he minced up and down the plaza with the prettiest of little dogs tucked under one arm. Eventually the last members of the group arrived and we were herded into a minibus at 11.00 am, ...
... on next week, going first to Bali and then to New Zealand.
I finished the weekend at Phuyai Dum restaurant, somewhere that is fast becoming one of my favourites. It is a fairly traditional Thai eating place that is trying to widen its appeal and attract more foreigners. It was very busy and I had quite a long wait for my food but the lady proprietress was so apologetic and my fish with celery and oyster sauce was so delicious when it arrived that she was immediately forgiven.